It Just Makes Sense: Common Sense Living in an Everyday World: 7 Principles for a Joyful and Stress Free Life
Life today is often portrayed by a “bigger, better and faster” motto. While the constant access to people and information can create endless opportunities, it is can be accompanied by an increase---or overload---of stress. And when we’re stressed, we lose sight of common sense solutions. Full of enlightening information, useful exercises and personal stories, "It Just Makes Sense" will show you how to create clarity, purpose, and harmony in all aspects of your life. Gain confidence in your decision-making. Support your relationships with clear communication. Maximize your energy in your daily routine. Learn how the power of common sense can support your goals and allow you to create a joyful, meaningful life.
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