The new semi-autobiographical book comforts readers that it is perfectly okay to not know everything all at once. There is a prevailing belief, especially for women, that they need to accomplish a specific number of tasks before a certain age to be “successful”. However, Jhas argues that the nuanced lens of the #hashtag world may be distracting people from following their true paths and being their authentic selves.
More details can be found at https://soniajhas.com/startagaintomorrow
“I’ll Start Again Tomorrow” reveals the profound truth that there is no “end destination” to happiness or success. Instead, joy is experienced in the journey itself, and Jhas shares her personal stories on how she has slowly–and sometimes, clumsily–fallen in love with her life. By revealing certain intimate aspects of herself, Jhas hopes to empower readers on their own journeys of self-discovery.
The book shares that each journey is different and should be respected. Comparing one’s self to what is seen on social media profiles will not only dishearten any person, but may cause feelings of inferiority and lack. However, Jhas says that social media profiles are often highly filtered–so many people present only the best version of themselves and leave out the raw, and sometimes negative, aspects of their lives.
“I’ll Start Again Tomorrow” debunks the idea that there is only one way to be happy and encourages readers to find happiness in the little things.
Jhas writes, “If you’re anything like me, you know what it’s like to be stuck in the vortex of the “I’ll Start Again Tomorrow” narrative. Whether it’s about our bodies, our careers, putting ourselves out there, or going for that dream, we all know what it’s like to be at the mercy of our limiting beliefs. My book takes you through many of my raw, personal stories so that you can get away from limiting beliefs, perfectionist tendencies, and lack of clarity about who you are and what you really want.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://soniajhas.com/startagaintomorrow
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