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Ice cream for breakfast : if you follow all the rules, you miss half the fun
Levine, Leslie.
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Lincolnwood, Ill. : Contemporary Books, [2001]

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xiv, 177 pages : color illustrations ; 20 cm
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BJ1581.2 .L478 2001 Adult Non-Fiction Central Closed Stacks

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This charming illustrated gift book strives to help readers capture those moments of unrestrained self-indulgence and of pure joy that are often gained through appreciating life's smallest pleasures. It's about assuming a childlike optimism and getting away with fun. It's about knowing a thing or two when it comes to breaking the rules. It's about treating yourself to what really matters. Our ability to bend the rules --to shift life's collective paradigms - is what enables us to weather many of the changes we confront on a daily basis. Bending the rules --or, in some cases, forgoing them completely --gives us a fresh perspective, shakes things up a bit, and forces us to see life through a slightly different lens. Altering the rules leads to ideas that ultimately can reshape the way we see ourselves. Breaking the rules can also be the perfect antidote to the powerful force of stress. A lot of the rules we follow as adults are old. We learned them a long time ago, and in many cases, what served us well as kids doesn't necessarily serve us as well now. Of course some rules we couldn't live without like looking both ways before we cross the street or wearing seatbelts, which are goo