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Like: Hey, Bob! I’ve been standing here, ringing this bell for forty years! Do I get a sticker? Yeah, there are better ways to earn a living than slowly dying with a sackful of receipts in your hand.
Turns out, a sensible pair of pantyhose and knowing exactly what time the garbage gets collected every week does not make for a life well lived.
For when your life feels like one giant to-do list full of tasks you’re checking off to make other people happy, while you’re faking the f*ck out of your smiles and your orgasms.
The Negative Nancy who doesn’t support you. The friend who only talks about herself. The people who drain the hell out of you. The boyfriend you should’ve left, uh, years ago.
Your past means NOTHING. Life circumstances are not life sentences. And the only person you need to make it happen is YOU.
You belong in every room you walk into, baby. Don’t overthink it. Just commit to making one unconventional decision every week alongside us here at The Middle Finger Project, and live your way into a new life.
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“Ash Ambirge is a whole mood, and trust me—you want to be in it.”
—Sarah Knight, New York Times Best-Selling Author of The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ck
Readers of this book have been known to quit their day jobs, do something brave, build fabulous and lucrative businesses, drink wine before 4 pm, and go on to build generally amazing lives—despite wherever they started. Common side effects include highlighter fatigue, excessive chuckling, and severe neck cramps. Content not suitable for defeatists, naysayers or the Swedish (because how much better could your life possibly get?)
Notice: This book does not contain a single guided meditation. Nope, not even one. Isn’t that great?
Available wherever books are sold. Also available in audiobook format via Audible—which is a brave move in and of itself. Have you heard my voice?