Do Big Small Things

Do Big Small Things Armed with this rough and tumble travel journal prepare to embark on a wondrous eclectic journey packed with inspiration and activities from around the globe It s wanderlust in a book Page by page

  • Title: Do Big Small Things
  • Author: Bruce Poon Tip
  • ISBN: 9780762460571
  • Page: 244
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Armed with this rough and tumble travel journal, prepare to embark on a wondrous, eclectic journey packed with inspiration and activities from around the globe It s wanderlust in a book.Page by page, Do Big Small Things will challenge you to write, rip, make, and share as you blast out of your comfort zone, dream big, and pay it forward Wherever you find yourself on a plArmed with this rough and tumble travel journal, prepare to embark on a wondrous, eclectic journey packed with inspiration and activities from around the globe It s wanderlust in a book.Page by page, Do Big Small Things will challenge you to write, rip, make, and share as you blast out of your comfort zone, dream big, and pay it forward Wherever you find yourself on a plane, trekking through Nepal, or in your living room this book will inspire you to create a vibrant record of your adventures and to push the limits of your mind The result is a deeply personal gallery of shared surprises, hidden treasures, sudden epiphanies, meaningful connections, and lasting changes.Full of simple, playful prompts and eye opening visuals, and brimming with worldly wisdom, healthy irreverence, and a sense of boundless possibility, this book is your map, your companion, your record of the small things you do that add up to something bigger.

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    1. The book is beautifully designed and printed — so the author's entreaty to 'take it with you, rough it up, give it away, record everything and get this book dirty' is a challenge in and of itself. That said, I promised myself that I'd follow the instructions and do my best.It took a little while to get started, but once I stopped grieving over dirtying up the pages, something incredible happened. I took the beauty of its design as a challenge. I'd rough it up—and in so doing (hopefully) make [...]

    2. This author came to my attention due to his recent role in Canada Reads defending "Birdie" and then deciding to buy 10,000 copies for Canadian schools), and I wanted to read his book. It is a very quick read because it is meant to be interactive get a copy and take it with you and explore the world and record your experiences and reflections, write down your fears and then cross them off and overcome them. Bruce Poon Tip is Trini-born, and from the small island of Trinidad he has obviously gone [...]

    3. I'd describe this book as a New Year's resolution, but in printed form. It's a reminder to look towards the future, and to be mindful of who you are and what you're capable of.p.s. Creating the visuals for this book must've been a graphic designer's wet dream.

    4. I don't think I'll ever truly finish reading this book. It's one I look at every month or so to read more pages, check on what I've already read and written, and to add more notes on travels taken (or those on my wish-list). An ever-changing journal.

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