The ABCs of Full Tilt Living is a book to dive headlong into - maybe even with your eyes closed. One way to use the book is to open it at random and discover new ways to be - in your skin, in your life, in your world. Or, more conventionally, begin at A and work through to Z. Then go back to the parts that appeal most.
Author Maureen Smith helps readers get unstuck and start enriching their lives immediately with simple, revolutionary tools that change old, destructive habits/ help pay attention to what's good and beautiful in life/ and show them how to fall in love with themselves.
With insights broken down into breezy, alphabetical, bite-sized pieces, readers can make today a richer, more rewarding experience.
Twenty-six chapters in all. Some involve learning meditations, techniques, and exercises you can turn to again and again. For anyone looking for a life pick-me-up, The ABCs of Full Tilt Living is like a tonic that can be sipped daily to renew, refresh, and re-imagine every day.
Maureen Smith lives full tilt as much as possible. She’s a hypnotherapist and newsletter publisher, who’s also been a recruiter and volunteer trainer for Shanti, a stock broker, a financial planner, a teacher—of meditation, English, and kindergarten—where she learned a lot! She’s assisted a jewelry designer and managed a warehouse. She’s been an Avon lady, an interior designer, a wife, a cook for summer camps, and a drug store clerk. She’s still a parent, although her children are grown. She does Tai Chi, sings, plays the guitar (like many self-described, self-respecting sixties’ chicks), checks in, meditates, and hangs out. She drinks plenty of water, but doesn’t walk on it. She lives in San Francisco.