To The Younger Selves

Have you ever wondered if there was a way to skip through all of the emotional drama and frustration of day to day life? A way to shortcut through feelings of loneliness, worthlessness, and an overall sense of drudgery?

Then this book is for you.

To The Younger Selves is a book written by me directly for you. I take a deep dive into all of the things I know now that I wish I had known ten years ago. And there’s no holding back.

It’s like a best friend but in book form. 

You’ll even find one of my most embarrassing and shame inducing moments within these pages, because I am spilling EVERYTHING.

Why? 

Because I believe in connection, vulnerability, authenticity, and sharing huge doses of raw, human moments that will help even one person feel less alone. 

You are that person.

Within this book, you will find pages and pages of what it looks like to go through the tough stuff and rise above it all. 

I 100% believe that who you are is VALID and that your worth is unquestionable and undeniable no matter what you have done; no matter how many mistakes you have made. 

Trust me. I’ve been there. I’ve hit rock bottom and now I am showing you how I found my way to the surface.

You’ll find conversations on feminism, marriage, self love, self care, heartache and so much more. 

This is my story; a collection of my biggest struggles, my seemingly unending list of failures, and my ability to rise above it all while diving  head first into the life I was meant to live. 

Life isn’t just about existing. It’s about thriving and leaning into the full human experience. We’re not created to just be warbling robots who never feel anything but happiness. 

No, we’re called to rise higher. To love abundantly. And to live like there’s no tomorrow. 

Let’s rise higher together.

xoxo,

Sarah

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P.s. After you read To The Younger Selves, you can share the love by leaving me a review on Amazon. I would love to hear your feedback. ❤

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