Down to earth, honest and inspiring, Rebecca Perkins gives us 50 reasons to embrace and celebrate midlife.
Have you ever caught a glimpse of yourself in the mirror and wondered who is that woman staring back? Could your relationship do with a revamp? Or are you coping wth divorce and wondering if you can ever face dating again? Do you wonder where your confidence went? Do you have a little voice that says, 'Oh I couldn't, I'm too old / unfit / overweight / tired?'
Rebecca Perkins's message is simple: women are living longer than ever. Midlife is now something to be embraced and celebrated, the beginning of a whole new era where you can start living the life you want.
With advice on the issues we all face as milestone birthdays approach, be it 40, 50 or 60, Rebecca Perkins explains why midlife is a time of wisdom, reflection and celebration. With lessons like: Be Less Available; Don't Self-Sabotage; Have a Kitchen Disco Playlist; it's full of reminders about self-esteem, looking forward and being happier, either by changing your life or rediscovering what you lost sight of along the way.
With 50 delightful lessons to empower and inspire, BEST KNICKERS ALWAYS is like a pep-talk from a best friend, telling you how to change your life one day at a time, one step at a time, by being kind to yourself. It's not just a celebration of life, it's a companion.
Rebecca is the inspiring founder and author of the successful blog Best Knickers Always. She began writing as a way to make sense of her life following family illnesses and the ending of her 20-year marriage.
Rebecca trained as a Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Master Practitioner and Coach; she works closely with clients, guiding them to make often profound changes to their lives. She is a talented and dedicated personal performance coach, a role model for those wishing to make substantial positive changes in their lives.
Rebecca finds energy and inspiration in inspiring others. Her greatest joys include supporting and being surrounded by her children, taking risks, living in London, walking along the beach and cliff tops, and celebrating being 50.
Find out more at www.rebperkins.com