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Where to Begin (2019)

Cleo Wade’s creative way of storytelling offers self-care advice and reminds us to stay grounded and connected in the face of a crazy world.

It’s a quick and beautiful book with words (both poetry and prose) that ask questions and words that lead us towards love. You can read it front to back or pick it up and flip to a page and be given a gift through her use of language. The front flap of the book says, “Where To Begin is perfect for those who are ready to be a part of building a society rooted in love, acceptance, justice, and equality.”

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“Author and poet Cleo Wade will make your day with her inspiring and uplifting outlook on life” (People) and she returns with another moving collection of poems and mantras encouraging you to remain hopeful and harness your inner power and create change through self-care and social justice. 

“Where to Begin is the ultimate inspirational guide. Building on the wisdom of Cleo Wade’s national best seller Heart Talk, this heartfelt collection will help you stay connected to hope during difficult moments and remind you that no matter what, you still have the power to show up and effect positive change”

The Book Guide® Editor

If you are ready to be a part of building a society rooted in love, acceptance, justice, and equality, Where to Begin is the ultimate inspirational guide. Building on the wisdom of Cleo Wade’s national bestseller Heart Talk, this heartfelt collection will help you stay connected to hope during difficult moments and remind you that no matter what, you still have the power to show up and effect positive change. Remember, your big life is made up of a collection of all of your small moments. Our big world is a made up of a collection of all of our small actions. This book is about where to begin.

Where to Begin (2019) By: Cleo Wade

Where to Begin (2019) By: Cleo Wade
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