How to Look Flabulous
I was lucky enough to have this book given to me to read. I am a person that never picks up a book, not a great reader and I have little interest in reading. It sat by the side off my bed for a while collecting dust. A few weeks later I was having a terrible day, feeling sorry for myself I picked up Lisa's book and started reading the whole lot! Start to finish ... I felt so much better after wards.
I think I was meant to pick up that book and start reading that night.
Thank you for sharing your book with me ❤
Rachal Te Awe Awe
FLABULOUS - a fun read.
Lisa offers the reader an opportunity to share a very personal journey, on a challenging, haphazard course of ups and downs (literally), that she tackles with determination, positivity and a delicious sense of humour.
I suggest that we all, whether we are willing to admit it or not, have some personal issue in the area of self-image. This is one young woman's incredibly honest account of her struggle with self-image, and her endeavours to reach the goals she set for herself. As you read on, it will not be long before you realize the image you are viewing is not that of the "short and dumpy" woman that Lisa sees, but, of a person you are looking up to! A woman who, when she stumbles, clambers to her feet and carries on, who perseveres, when those feet are so covered with blisters that every step is agony, and who can find humour in the most trying situations.
Join Lisa, in this encouraging story, for anyone tackling any goal.
Just a little note to tell you what a fabulous, amazing and outstanding woman you are.You inspire me to be a better person every day. I will read this fantastic book and share with others. I know your journey is pathed with golden steps as you are a light that shines so bright for others.
Your journey is one of true miracles and you give hope to others.
I think of you every day as a true gift from god and wish you every happiness in your work.