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There is something great about A-list living and Routines and Rituals, the eighth book of a twenty-one book series (The Insiders' Lifestyle Guides), is just another step toward living the good life. It is not just in what the things you do for others, but more importantly, it is in the things you do for yourself. In so doing, you are totally changing your relationship with the thoughts that usually drive you crazy.

Look Inside: Simple Pleasures of Life; Living the Good Life; Morning Routines and Rituals; Informed - Books, Magazines, News; Educated - formal or informal; Take Care of "You" - Appointments; Splurge on "You" - Appointments; Spiritual Space; Nighttime Routines and Rituals; and Meditation - Connect with Solitude.

Routines and Rituals - Simple Pleasures of Life by Jaimi Taylor is a fun and entertaining short read. Since jet setting is part of such a grand lifestyle, the Insiders' Lifestyle Guide series theme includes a cultural or travel experience with every book.

Information is Timeless: Everyone holds a secret desire to be part of the A-list seeking a confident, fashionable, and extraordinary life. These series guides make transformation routine to which all men and women will relate - The Complete Makeover Series.

Actionable Strategies: The Insiders' Lifestyle Guide series contains specific strategies in each book and edition that can transform lives. It details social skills of boosting confidence, replacing bad habits, and reinventing one's self. This book will appeal to professionals, parents, and generations of young adults.

Appeal of the Authors: The Insiders' Lifestyle Guides are written by a team of contributing authors, all with a witty, quirky, slapstick appeal.

Series Overview: The Insiders' Lifestyle Guides is a first, of a twenty-one book series, that will be revised and re-launched periodically with all new material. Each book features famous themed cities represented of the book covers and includes an introduction comprising a short story about its featured city.

Published: Aauvi House Publishing Group on
ISBN: 9781301307937
List price: $2.99
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