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Midlife renewal thought leader and subject matter expert Ingrid Hart writes multiple award-winning travel book.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 15, 2014
"My Year in California: a journey toward midlife renewal" chronicles one brave woman's adventure toward self-discovery. This full-color travelogue has over ninety photographs documenting Californias vast cultural landscape. Its a story about adventure, freedom and liberation. Its also about challenge, struggle, conflict, and the universal longing to find our way home. Harts book won a silver award from the North American Travel Journalists Association and best theme Eureka! Travel Writing Award.
Hart, who is now a social media strategist for a travel app, defines the difference between a midlife crisis and midlife renewal. A midlife crisis is when you feel stuck, frustrated and churn with emotional turmoil. Midlife renewal is a time in life when you realize that you can change the direction of your life and reinvent yourself. My book is about the journey or passageway between a midlife crisis and midlife renewal.
Hart shares five lessons she learned from her year-long journey:
Baby boomers (78 million strong), seekers, and fans of history will be riveted to this courageous, page-turning adventure of both romance and heartbreak in the Golden State. Long after readers finish this ground-breaking book on midlife renewal, theyll be asking themselves: How far would I be willing to go outside my comfort zone to discover who I really am? What new choice will I make? These personal answers may set readers on the path of self-discovery, and perhaps, their own journey toward renewal.
Paperback: 150 pages
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 8.5 x 2 inches
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