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Being Unreasonable and Unambiguous

Chapter 4 of my current bible: The 4-Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferris. If that title doesnt inspire you to buy it, than either you love your job, or no one has told you about this book. Sub chapter titles include: Doing the Unrealistic Is Easier Than Doing the Realistic, What Do You Want? A Better Question First of All, Correcting Course: Get Unrealistic & my fav: How To Get Geaorge Bush Sr. Or The CEO of Google on the Phone.
And it works! Inspired by this chapter I have been in touch with some of my absolute favourite bloggers (see my side bar). As a result I have some exciting opportunities coming up in the New Year (stay tuned).
If you need more encouragement to get your hands on a copy of the book - hop over to the books accompanying website (click) and check out the latest blogs - you wont be disappointed
Now, for some fashion. A couple of twilight shots - please excuse the poor quality of the images. Im loving owl jewellery - I picked up this necklace in Thailand, along with cocktail ring, wooden bracelet and fringe belt. I picked up the easy sweat from Zara

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