I was given this book as a gift for my birthday! I absolutely LOVE it! I have already started my birthday list now, starting with climbing a mountain for the first time ever next weekend and I am going to learn how to run 5k! The book is so well written and really inspired me! The quotes within the book are brilliant and I love the "Did you know?" facts....this really is the perfect gift!
This book is AMAZING! I love this book!! It’s well written and beautifully presented, and it has so many fantastic ideas of things you can achieve- lots of ideas that you won’t have thought of yourself and it’s brilliant to have a list in front of you split into handy sub sections too. It’s not just the ideas though that I love about this book- it’s the interesting stories, quotes and facts- which are really inspiring and make you appreciate everything. It’s been such a feel good book for me- I have now written my own birthday list and have already booked some things in the diary. This book has given me the mindset to achieve things I’ve wanted to for a long time as well as new things. I’m feeling really excited about my year ahead! Thank you Birthday List!!
Laura Sharp: I was born on 8th October 1983 in Northampton, England. I love doing yoga and meditation, seeing new places and trying new things. I have been writing my own Birthday List every year since my mid-twenties. A long-term goal of mine has always been to write a book and get it published and what better topic than that of something that has enriched my life. I hope this book will inspire others and make people smile.
Oliver North: I was born in Northampton, England in the early 1980s. I am a passionate reader, predominantly on topics including philosophy, history, investigative journalism and the meaning of life. Laura and I have known each other since we were 17 and working on this book together has enriched our already strong friendship. In my opinion, The Birthday List is a force for good and I believe it is a perfect time to let the world see it and benefit from its positivity. From my personal research and experience, I can only conclude that the meaning of life is to learn and to grow. This book is a map to doing just that.