The 4% Fix Episode 2

Episode 2 November 01, 2021 00:49:14
The 4% Fix Episode 2
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The 4% Fix Episode 2
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Show Notes

The Book Interrupted women, and their fan Lindsay, continue their conversation on their second fan book choice: “The 4% Fix: How One Hour Can Change Your Life” by Karma Brown. What gets you out of bed in the morning? How do you organize your life? And how do you find your ‘me time’?

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Mentioned on this episode of Book Interrupted:

Book Interrupted Website 

Book Interrupted YouTube Channel

Book Interrupted Facebook Book Club Group

The 4% Fix: How One Hour Can Change Your Life by Karma Brown

Home Under Clutter - Fan Lindsay’s blog
Rascally Raccoon Meets Playful Dog - Meredith’s claymation 

Saje Natural Wellness

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