My friend Jess’ book came out today, and after dog-earing an early copy all summer long, I will start by saying this: Her’s is not just a book to read. It’s a ruckus to raise.
Through wild tales and wry admissions, Jess shakes us all from the stupor of living in a world orchestrated by corporate greed, tech-drive manipulation, and modern mayhem. Boldly, she takes us by the hand and leads us back to a life in which we’re squarely in the driver’s seat; a place where we can finally, ultimately begin to question the everyday influences we’ve bought into over time.
The result? A life where you can drown out the noise, rise above the smog, and run wildly toward what matters most.
To Buy: Raising Hell, Living Well ($28) by Jessica Elefante