Simple Steps for Real Life

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Balboa Press, 2011 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 189 pages
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"Simple Steps for Real Life" is that gentle nudge you need to move past your past, learn to trust your own instincts or break out of a rut. Sometimes the smallest action can make a huge difference-and "Simple Steps for Real Life" will show you how! It's up to you to decide if you are ready to move forward. This is about you, your real life and your choice.

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User Review  - Rick - Goodreads

References to a Higher Power and emphasis on the Law of Attraction aside, there are some good tips on managing different areas of life but nothing that I haven't read or heard in hundreds of other places. Read full review

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User Review  - Kim Heimbuch - Goodreads

Changing is a Choice and Cheryl Maloney took the first steps toward change, putting pencil to paper and developed a well written book that has the power to change lives. Cheryl was like many Americas ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

When Cheryl Maloney first started blogging in 2009, she was an out-of-work, out-of-shape, over-fifty corporate executive collecting unemployment, questioning her own worth, coping with her husband's scary health diagnoses and beating herself up for the stupid financial mistakes she had made. Is that enough baggage? After months of daily writing, Cheryl started posting her thoughts on Facebook. Eventually, she realized that she wasn't alone in her challenges. There were more people dealing with major life issues than she had thought-and by reading Cheryl's posts, they knew they weren't alone, either! Cheryl is passionate about helping others. She continues to blog, share inspiration on the Simple Steps...Real Change website and Facebook page along with co-hosting a weekly radio show on Empower Radio. Cheryl and her husband Jack reside near Portland, Oregon with their pets. They enjoy exploring the landscape and small towns of the Pacific Northwest.

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