It's easy to get stuck in life, far short of where you wanted to be; and whether you feel trapped by tedium or pain, it's hard to keep from despairing that this is all there is and that bliss is just a myth.
Shining a glorious light into the darkness, author Meg Nocero's The Magical Guide to Bliss leads you on a life-changing journey of self-discovery that helps you recover a sense of meaning and fully realize your personal passions.
Organizing the adventure into 366 steps that correspond to one calendar year, this book presents daily quotes and reflections that are paired with magical keys, which will unlock the doors you'll encounter on the road to bliss. Learn the art of seizing the day in January, and by the time December comes, you'll be witnessing awe-inspiring magic and miracles!
Fans of Julia Cameron and Stephen Covey will appreciate Nocero's empowering insights and soon count this book as one of their go-to daily references.
The world is full of wonders and ripe with possibility. Are you ready to take hold of your share? Bliss is within your reach. Let's do this!
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About the Author
The Magical Guide to Bliss is her first book, one that she began writing to help her navigate through the grieving process after the devastating passing of her mother from breast cancer in April of 2011. Choosing to move out of the darkness, Nocero embraced a journey with this guide that has led her to rediscover her inner light and awareness that affirms daily how interconnected we are.
Kirkus Reviews praised The Magical Guide to Bliss as "a successful, progressive daily handbook about awareness, creativity, gratitude and fulfillment." This book was named a Finalist in the Inspirational Non-Fiction Category for both the 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Awards and the 11th Annual National Indie Excellence Awards.
Nocero holds a BA in Spanish, with a concentration in Italian from Boston College; a MA in international affairs from the University of Miami; and a JD from St. Thomas University School of Law. She holds certifications as a Federal Law Enforcement Training Center instructor as well as from the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching. She is a contributing author for Amy Butler's on-line magazine publication called Blossom.