How small steps can make a giant difference
Or maybe that’s a terrible idea?
Like many of us, she suffers from chronic indecision and a fear of change. So she decides to give herself a year for an experiment: to overhaul every area of her life, learn how to embrace change, and become a lean, mean decision-making machine.
From how to cope with changing work lives and evolving relationships, to how we feel about our bodies, money and well-being, Helen investigates the benefits of new beginnings, the secrets of decisive people and what makes changes last – and uncovers the practical life lessons we can all use thrive when change is afoot – and inject some freshness and magic if it’s not.
It’s brilliant stuff (Steve Wright BBC Radio 2)
A wonderful and humorous book. I can’t remember when I last read a book which made me smile or laugh so often. Highly recommended if you’re considering leaping into something new or making a change. (Meik Wiking)
Makes some pretty big promises – but with practical life lessons, witty first-hand experiences and no-BS advice, it really does what it says on the tin (Stella)
If a good hoot with a side order of oh-so-subtle self-help is your cup of tea, Leap Year should replace Lean In in your reading list. (Anna Hunter Get the Gloss)
Written in Russell’s signature style that fuses honesty with wit, Leap Year is both a heart-warming tale and a useful guide with hints and tips on how to better deal with change … Leap Year is a charming book that will resonate with readers the world over. (The Literary Edit)