Get Your Life Back: Everyday Practices for a World Gone Mad

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A REFRESHINGLY SIMPLE GUIDE TO RECOVER YOUR LIFE!

In Get Your Life Back, New York Times bestselling author John Eldredge provides a practical, simple, and refreshing guide to taking your life back.

By practicing a few wonder­fully simple practices—or what John calls “graces”—you can begin to recover your soul, disentangle from the tragedies of this broken world, and discover the restorative power of beauty.

Ask yourself:                 


Are you happy most of the time?
Do you feel deeply loved?                                            
Are you excited about your future? 
How often do you feel lighthearted?
After reading this book you will… 


Learn how to insert the One Minute Pause into your day
Begin practicing “benevolent detachment” and truly let it all go
Offer kindness toward yourself in the choices you make
Drink in the simple beauty available to you every day
Take realistic steps to unplug from technology overload
These simple practices and others are ready for the taking. You don’t need to abandon your life to get it back. Begin restoring your life here and now. Your soul will thank you for it.

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  • Aaron Witsoe

    This resource will be a gem for me long after its release date. My wife and I have already incorporated some of the simple steps to take our soul back in this “busy season”. Easy to read as always...

  • Abigail Hogle

    If you liked The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry by John Mark Comer— I’d recommend this one! It’s a great reminder to slow down and center on Jesus moment by moment. ...

  • Anna Dale

    Such a beautiful read! I cannot emphasize enough how helpful and restful this was for me. A much needed, practical guide to listening to and caring for your soul in an age where we're expected to go t...

  • Erin Laramore

    What a poignant and necessary read for our time! I didn't know what to expect when I picked this one up, but I've loved everything John Eldredge has written, so I didn't even note what it was about. T...

  • Valerie

    This is my first John Eldredge book although I have his books Wild at Heart and Captivating, which he write with his wife. I heard John on a podcast talking about this latest book and it sounded like ...

  • Rayna

    “We talk about unplugging, but we’re enchanted—by the endless social media circus of love and hatred, the vapid, alarming, sensational, and unforgivable. We’re snagged by every new notificatio...

  • Tyler

    I took my dear, sweet time with this book and I am so glad I did. The practices you learn in this book on how to slow down and welcome the spirit into your everyday life are invaluable. Just reading J...

  • Iamthird

    pg 50 "Turn your phone off at 8:00pm. Give yourself some evening time for real things. Banish all technology from your bedroom.""Don't check your phone as soon as you wake up in the morning. Give your...

  • Brian Wylie

    A book filled with practical advice on surviving in the fast paced world we all find ourselves in today. I like that the practices are very accessible - this isn’t “go live in a cave” - it recog...

  • Chris

    I was lucky enough to see an early copy of this book a coupe of months back and loved it. I admit I’m a steady fan of the author but this is one of his best. Specifically the topic here, an active d...