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Bookshelf: Okanagan author Lorrie Forde of Really Good F Words

Bookshelf: Okanagan author Lorrie Forde of Really Good F Words

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Author of Really Good F Words
Your interactive gudie to self-care

A Q&A with Laurie Carter

Love the title of your book.

Thank you—I’m glad it caught your attention.

Why did you write a book about self-care?

Two reasons. In addition to authoring this book, I am also a coach (mountaintopcoaching.ca). I love that my work allows me to easily connect my “be” and my “do” and I believe that no one needs a coach, but that everybody deserves to have one. Through the pages of F Words, I’m able to offer the gift of coaching to readers. As well, like many of us, there have been times when I struggled with maintaining a healthy work/life balance. Learning from others’ experience helped make my path that much easier to traverse. Really Good F Words includes some of my own personal story as well as stories from others so readers have that resource to support them as they lean forward into their own lives.

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How do you handle self-care?

Living in the Okanagan, opportunities for self-care are everywhere. For me, leisurely lunches overlooking a vineyard or the fragrance of blossoms in the spring are just two of the many wonderful benefits I enjoy on a regular basis.

What do you want readers to remember?

I am confident that everyone will find their own most important take-away. There are two that stand out for me and. The first is that self-care is NOT selfish! The second is to Be Intentional. A dream with a deadline is a goal. Writing the book required me to be intentional and there were many deadlines I had to meet before my dream of making it possible for everyone to have a coach in their corner could come true.

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About The Author

Laurie Carter

This grandma wears hiking boots (and other fetching footwear) in search of cultural, culinary and eco-adventure. Award-winning writer, photographer and author of the popular Grandma Wears Hiking Boots guide to the Okanagan Valley, Laurie proudly serves as senior editor of Okanagan Life magazine.

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