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Glass Half Full review Ê 103 ↠ 2nd October 2014 Reader feedback is appreciated by all authors As a result Glass Half Full has undergone a revamp including a professional edit added photographs from our journey and a professional book cover I hope you enjoy the changes Is the glass half empty or half full Ironically sometimes life influences our view aNot to suander any of my time or energy on undeserving people This new positive approach helps me to perceive my glass as half full with my aim being to achieve a happy and healthy life for my family Together we live life to the full In 2008 with good times ahead of us my glass was half full As a family we made the biggest and most difficult decision of our lives; part of our family would emigrate to Australia We lived the Australian dream embracing the adventure until adversity came to test us A seuence of life changing e. I love travelling and biographical books it reminds me that is possible to move on and try life in another place if we really want to I have always been interested in travelling not as a tourist but as a wanderer a world citizen absorbing culture and language of other countries I hated this book I hated the patronizing tone of the writer while describing the cultural shock she felt when moving to Alice Springs an Aboriginal town in Australia I found the writing atrocious a mere report of family problems EastEnders style with no interesting information about the real travelling experience what I was really looking for information about the country experiences and cultural facts Very disappointing

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Vents including a close family bereavement PTSD Post Traumatic Stress Disorder following a road rage car accident and the shock of losing the roots to our Australian adventure as a result of the Brisbane floods tested us on many levels Glass Half Full follows our journey into happy sad and challenging timesFind out what it takes to survive with the odds stacked against you Do you fight back and if so at what cost physically and emotionally Could we maintain our positivity and family values against the odds This is our stor. Most people only dream of doing what Sarah and Nigel did leave their home and move not only to another country but one well over 9000 miles away The adventure has its ups and downs As a person who has lived in the same area since childhood and at my last address for than thirty years I cannot image having the courage to do the same I admire Sarah Nigel and their family for not only dreaming of adventure but actually doing it An enjoyable book My only regret is there were no pictures I would have loved seeing pictures of Itchy Feet the boys and Plenty Highway I'm looking forward to reading Sarah's next book

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Glass Half Full2nd October 2014 Reader feedback is appreciated by all authors As a result Glass Half Full has undergone a revamp including a professional edit added photographs from our journey and a professional book cover I hope you enjoy the changes Is the glass half empty or half full Ironically sometimes life influences our view and alters our perception Life changing events up to 1997 almost destroyed me At my lowest point and just in time I met Nigel He helped me to discover how a positive attitude can change everything I decided. What a story This books takes a family from their home in England to an adventure in Australia The first year is easy and they live in town with a job and town life The husband decides to buy his little piece of heaven in the woods The family decides to clear it and make it habitable for weekends but ends up living there until disaster strikes Disaster strikes the next house and a car accident makes life even harder The family is lucky to have a family member in Tanzania so they move there to get their life back together The only thing I would have liked would be info on how their young daughter coped I can't wait to read the next chapter of their life