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A Life Full of Glitter

A Guide to Positive Thinking, Self-Acceptance, and Finding Your Sparkle in a (Sometimes) Negative World
Narrated by: Anna O'Brien
Length: 4 hrs and 56 mins
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Learn the importance of expression: A Life Full of Glitter will show you how much creativity, physical activity, and social interactions affect your day-to-day life. Learn how to maximize these expressive activities to release pent-up emotions and frustration in order to have a fresh view of the world each and every day.  

Reframe your thinking: Bullying, loss, regret, and fear impact our lives in tough-to-deal-with ways. Learn how to confront these and other challenges like the world's happiest people do - as opportunities. Armed with humor and a good attitude, author Anna O'Brien will teach you how to combat the negativity of life in this motivational self-help guide.  

Move on from unresolvable issues: It can be difficult to process and move on from unresolvable issues that are holding us back from our most positive lives. A Life Full of Glitter introduces the concept of "long-game" thinking, which will help you reframe temporary setbacks and focus on long-term happiness. Discover easy-to-use tips and tricks to increase your positivity and personal growth.  

Improve your relationships, opportunities, and overall well-being: Modern research shows that positivity improves almost every aspect of your life. A Life Full of Glitter will walk you through the findings of this research with real-life examples and humorous teachable moments from author Anna O'Brien's own life. 

Allow Anna's audiobook to help you increase your happiness and self-esteem. A Life Full of Glitter is a modern guide to positive thinking presented through relevant research, captivating storytelling, and plenty of humor. 

In listening to this audiobook, you will:  

  • Learn quick tips and tricks for shifting your mind to think positively  
  • Be introduced to new ways to address everyday challenges  
  • Master how to move on from feelings and experiences that are holding you back from happiness
©2018 Anna O'Brien (P)2018 Tantor

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  • Kristyn A.
  • 17-09-18

Great Content and Delivery!

I absolutely loved this book. Anna not only gave personal examples of the content she was discussing, but she was relatable, funny, and her delivery made this book really fun to listen to. I found myself bookmarking a lot of areas to go back and listen to again. A lot of "self help" books sometimes talk down to the reader, unintentionally of course, but not this one. This one addressed a lot of real life issues that people face everyday and moved through each topic with inspiring words to address them. A great read!

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  • S. Streck
  • 22-12-18

Thought Provoking

Honestly, I don't read many self help or motivational books because... well... they're kind of cheesy and they all basically say the same thing, but I knew Miss Anna was very excited about this book, and I enjoy watching her on YouTube, so I wanted to support her by purchasing even an audible copy and I was not disappointed.

Anna's writing is fluid, poignant, and heavily relatable as another plus sized, anxiety ridden, girl trying to navigate the world of idyllic standards. Her advice is woven fluidly into personal accounts of her life growing up and it's things that helped her specifically and not just generic self help advice you maybe read on a poster, or a news article online.

Her reading is articulate and (mostly) precise but encapsulates her personality, never losing sight of the fact that this is HER story, and not someone else's which I think is the books truest accomplishment. The hiccups in her reading are an amazing example of what she is trying to portray through this book, that human are imperfect beings that make mistakes. 10/10 would listen again.

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