Unboxed: Essays on Learning to Trust Myself to Stop Doing the Things I Hate (Paperback)
Degree from a prestigious Boston college? Check.
Fast-paced New York finance job? Check.
Loving, supportive husband? Check.
Three beautiful children? Check, check and check
On paper, Lauren Schwarzfeld had it all-so why did she feel stuck? Like nothing was wrong, exactly, but nothing was truly right, either?
In Unboxed: Essays on Learning to Trust Myself to Stop Doing the Things I Hate, Schwarzfeld examines the many roads she's taken-including being a stay-at-home mom, an accounting professional, a direct sales representative and a doula-and why none of them felt like "the one." Schwarzfeld had to wonder: why couldn't she be happy with what she had? And why, as she tried to find the answers she was looking for, did she run into so many people and ideas that made her feel worse?
Now, Schwarzfeld is ready to declare herself the author of her own story-and show her readers how to do the same. She's the funny, smart, caring friend who wants to support you when you're down but also inspire you to live your best life.
Unboxed is a collection of essays that is part memoir, part manifesto. Wherever you are, wherever you've been and wherever you're going, Schwarzfeld's words will inspire you to discover your own gloriousness and share it with the world.