Are you stuck in a rut? Does life feel a little flat lately? Do you yearn to follow your dreams, but you’re not sure where or how to begin?
Or — horror of horrors! — do you think that “it’s too late” to live your dreams?
If you answered “yes” to any or all of the above, then The Late Bloomer’s Almanac is for you.
Think of this full-color, bespoke illustrated, interactive book as the fertilizer for living your dreams. Each chapter provides mind, body, and soul food that will guide you in planting your dreams, bringing them to life, and encouraging them to thrive throughout the year.
You can start reading The Late Bloomer’s Almanac during any month of the year. It’s a “bloom where you’re planted” type of book designed to hoist you out of ruts, routines, or self-defeating patterns so that you can get on with getting your bloom on.
And by the way, you’re not too late. You’re just in time.
Note: The Late Bloomer’s Almanac is a PDF eBook that you can DOWNLOAD to read on your computer, laptop, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android, Kindle Fire or similar electronic device.
Click the “Learn more” button below for more juicy details, including a sample from the eBook.
You asked for it, and now you’ve got it! The Late Bloomer’s Almanac is now in print!
How to Order the Print Version
Amazon (print copy only)
CreateSpace (print copy + free e-book version with hyperlinks to playlists, reading lists, and more. Please email me your receipt to receive your e-book.)
Are you ready to embark on a Journey to Bloominess? Forget the Fountain of Youth, the Journey to Bloominess is where it’s at!
Are you stuck in a funk?
Does your life seem a little flat?
Has your get up and go got up and left?
It’s time to infuse your life with a bit of fun, fearlessness and wonder.
Download your very own copy of The Late Bloomer Manifesto by clicking below. Print it out and hang it on your fridge, post it to your bathroom mirror, or take it with you on hikes so that you can shout it from the mountain tops! If you choose the latter, please make sure to wear good hiking boots. There was that time in Sedona where I wore old boots with no tread and nearly plunged off the mountain. Luckily, a cactus caught me. Owie.