by Kristen Rogers Anderson
I’ve long been familiar with the five second rule in the context of safely eating a mozzarella stick I just dropped on the ground. But then Mel Robbins came on the scene two years ago with her book The 5 Second Rule, full of tips and insights on how 5 second decisions are already making huge impacts on all of our lives and how to use that to our advantage, and now 5 second increments have a totally different association for me. Well…maybe just an additional assocation. *Nom*
And during the month of February, the members of the Boho Berry Book Club will be reading this book together and seeing what changes can happen in their lives, one quick decision at a time!
If you’d like full instructions on how the Boho Berry Book Club works and how to join, head here.
Mel Robbins is on fire right now. She has a daytime talk show coming up in the fall, a second Audible-exclusive release coming out in early February (in addition to the EXCELLENT recording of The 5 Second Rule available there), and she just wrapped up #MindsetReset, a free daily series meant to help people jump start 2019 in the best possible head space.
Don’t you want to see what she’s all about? Join us in The Boho Berry Book Club to get a feel for Mel and read a book that I personally use lessons from just about every day.
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JOIN THE BOHO BERRY TRIBE
- Access to the Tribe Resource Library, chock full of FREE printables. New printables added every two weeks!
- Admission into the Tribe Facebook Group, where we support and encourage each other daily.
- An invite to my monthly Live Q&A exclusive to Tribe Members!
- A 10% off coupon for Boho Berry Paperie for each month that you remain a Tribe Member.
You will also receive the Boho Berry Newsletter every Friday -- chock full of motivation, inspiration, updates and more!
Kristen Rogers Anderson co-hosts the podcast Guide to the Unknown (talkbomb.com/gttupod), where she and her brother Will Rogers talk about mysteries, the paranormal, urban legends and folklore, but ya know, keep it light. She works as an assistant for Kara Benz and probably packed those Boho Berry stickers in your journal.
Kristen also teaches restorative yoga (basically an assisted nap) and has a major thing for Bravo programming. She loves being outside with her dog, Crumbs, eating good food in restaurants or crappy food in front of the TV with her chef husband, Ryan, and cracking up with her very, very loved friends and family.