This month "Eat, Pray, Love" is celebrating its tenth year4/29/2021, 6:31:08 PM
This month "Eat, Pray, Love" is celebrating its tenth year of publication with a collection of stories from people who were inspired by Elizabeth Gilbert's journey. . @riverheadbooks sent me "Eat, Pray, Love Made Me Do It" this week, which recounts the stories of nearly 50 people who read Gilbert's memoir and wanted to make a transformation themselves. The stores range from embracing motherhood, sexual identity, the decision not to be a mother, death, divorce, new love, illness, traveling, finding God, to the search for the perfect pizza. Really, there are so many stories. I have not read "Eat, Pray, Love". It's one of those books that has been on my list for awhile (apparently 10 years 😂) but this collection of stories really has me intrigued. I am really into reading real-life stories and seeing people break out of their boundaries and change in liberating ways. I am kind of wondering if I should read the collection first or "Eat, Pray, Love" first. Kind of like reading the companion novella first? 😂 I am just so intrigued that this book has inspired really a world-wide phenomenon. Who has read this? Did it inspire you? I feel like I am on the verge of a new beginning lately with our move to California coming up and some other personal goals. Maybe this book is just what I need?