Struggling with how to seize the day in these weird times?
Pop a reminder in your phone for Thursday, April 16th and settle down on the sofa for a live tutorial with the woman who literally wrote the book on the subject.
Aged 34, Elizabeth Gilbert left her home, husband and career to travel the globe; her chronicle of that journey became Eat, Pray, Love, an international bestseller so popular Time magazine declared her one of the 100 most influential people in the world.
The movie, released in 2010 and starring Julia Roberts, grossed $204.6 million in cinemas worldwide.
Drop in for an attitude adjustment
Now Gilbert joins Guardian columnist Hadley Freeman online at the How To Academy from 6.30pm-7.30pm to explore life lessons… and what we should all be taking away from our current situation.
“Drawing upon all she has learned in her journey through life, Elizabeth will explore how to overcome fear, embrace gratitude and wonder, and thrive even in these most perilous of times.” says the How To Academy.
This live stream is free to all participants and you can sign up here.