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Edit Your Life by Elisabeth Sharp McKetta
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Mar 14, 2023 | ISBN 9780593539385

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“Living intentionally in our messy world requires work. Fortunately, in this inspiring and practical guide, Elisabeth shows us how to edit out what doesn’t matter—so we have more time for what does.”
—Laura Vanderkam, author of Tranquility by Tuesday
“Edit Your Life is a practical and philosophical guide to editing as a life practice, and a bighearted call to live a happier, more deliberate life.”
—Kim Cross, author of What Stands in a Storm
“A book of distilled wisdom and a life-transforming guide inviting readers to personalize what an ‘edited’ life means to them and what they need to let go.”
—Elizabeth Filippouli, editor of From Women to the World: Letters for a New Century
Praise for Previous Works by Elisabeth Sharp McKetta

“Elisabeth McKetta is a wonderful storyteller who takes us generously into her life, which always seems initially off-balance, full of falls, disappointments, and reversals, and yet, in the end, joyous.”
—Phillip Lopate, author of To Show and to Tell: The Craft of Literary Nonfiction
“Captivating and evocative and original.”
—Grace Dane Mazur, author of The Garden Party
“Elisabeth Sharp McKetta examines the work of becoming oneself through the battle between the longing for travel and the desire for home.”
—Kyoko Mori, author of The Dream of Water and Shizuko’s Daughter
“For some years now, I have been reading and appreciating Elisabeth Sharp McKetta’s exceptional Poetry for Strangers project. With generosity, inclusiveness, and openness to the wonders of nature and the human spirit, McKetta reaches out to those strangers, encountered by chance, inviting them to participate in an art form that non-writers so often consider alien territory. She is a bridge-builder of the most original kind.”
—Lydia Davis, author of Can’t and Won’t and Essays One

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