Book: F*ck It - A Guide to Letting Go & Living Free by Charlo Greenecategories: Book, Self-Help, Spirituality, Women's Nonfiction, Health, Memoir, Biography, Journalist, Alaska, Activists, Crime, Motivation
Charlo Greeneabout this book: There are a lot of self help books out there, but not many where the authors life experiences speak directly to their audience.
Not only is this book filled with brilliant advice for anyone wanting to change their life, but it comes from the heart.
Anyone wanting to know more about Charlo Greene's past life, continued struggle against injustice, her fight for what she believes in, (and literally her freedom) will be drawn in immediately.
In this volume, Charlo Green (of "F*** it, I quit" fame) gives us a straightforward and thoughtful guide of 18 rules to put to use in our lives. I know it seems like a lot, but I promise you that they are woven together in a way where one builds upon the next, and at the end of the book you are left feeling empowered by a woman who is fighting back against the odds.
This isn't just another didactic and preachy self-help book (though it does help you reflect on your choices and put your life into perspective), it is instead a collection of lessons learned the long and hard way by a woman who truly wants folks to learn from her mistakes and triumphs.
Charlo's insider knowledge of cannabis prohibition and what it takes to challenge injustice is something anyone can be inspired by, regardless their feelings about legalization. Her ability to share her vulnerabilities and imperfections is what sets this book apart from many others in the genre. Charlo knows she isn't perfect, but she isn't trying to be. She is just trying to live a just life in a country where justice is so rarely served, especially for black and brown people, all while taking the time to generously write down and share her experiences and tips with us.
We should all be listening.
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