Put The Plug In The Jug And Start A New Life by Kate Singh

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Book Description

51i4u3zrDNL._SX312_BO1,204,203,200_This book is devoted to anyone and everyone who has made the decision to get sober and make some major life style changes. Through great advice, loving support and lot’s of humor you will be motivated and inspired to start a new life that is filled with happiness and peace of mind. You will be, literally, lifted up from your boot straps (or sandals) and guided through your first day of sobriety and all the way through the first year. All kinds of skills will be learned, such as finding a program or fellowship that works for you, creating a spiritual program that is in your comfort zone and finding a new tribe to support and love you. You will also be learning basic skills to get healthy and happy, clean up your life, fix your finances and lots of other good old fashioned advice that will help you to do a complete life overhaul. Getting sober is one of the most challenging things you may take on, but it doesn’t have to be hell. This is one of the most exciting times of your life, because you are starting a NEW LIFE!

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“Wonderful and heartfelt read.”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Monique K. Manning

I really enjoyed the book coming from the authors voice, I didn’t feel like I was being lectured, I just felt like I could have it all…I would recommend this book to anyone struggling with addiction or just being unhappy about how their life is going.

About the Author

Kate Singh is a new author that writes books from her personally experiences and success. Her books are devoted to those who want to make big life changes to experience joy and fulfillment. Put The Plug In The Jug is her first published book and her next book, Queen Of Penny Pinching, will be out by 2016. There are many more books on the way!
Kate Singh currently lives in California with a her large brood consisting of two adorable boys, two spoiled dogs, a cat who thinks she’s running the place and a very patient and devoted husband.