Just Give Your Head a Shake by Cheryl Hitchcock DSW, ADC – Book Review

What I love most about this book is that it is crammed with tips and tools and it is only  124 pages long. Cheryl has managed to include a lot of information and ways to move your life forward with out it being too overwhelming. In a time where there are numerous self help/personal development books available and especially when you are starting out looking for a book that is going to set you on that path, Just Give Your Head a Shake is a perfect place to start. It is easy to follow, gives you straightforward exercises, and each chapter covers areas of your life that with some simple steps, can create enormous change in your life. Cheryl personalizes the book with her own experiences, and each technique she gives to you, she has personally used and found effective in her own life or with her own counseling clients.

Just Give Your Head a shake is unique in that it not only educates you, but also gives you plenty of tools and techniques that you can employ in your life with great success. I highly recommend this book to anyone, especially women who are looking for ways to move beyond their stressful lives and create a life full of balance and harmony.

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Written By Julia King

Julia is a qualified Life Coach, Reiki Master and Psych-K facilitator. Having emigrated from England to Vancouver Canada in 2006, she dived into the world of spirituality and personal inner growth, which took her on a journey of self-discovery and culminated in her achieving her Life Coach Certification and co-founding Conscious Divas. Having left Conscious Divas in December 2011, her passion and priority is her 2 children and husband, and increasing her breath of knowledge in all areas of Metaphysics, and inspiring and empowering others to live a life of higher consciousness, which she does through Coaching and her Reiki/Psyche-K healing. Living in West Vancouver, Julia loves to indulge in lots of exercise and nature. Her other loves are fashion, food and entertaining.