It’s Book Release Day!!
Hello my friends,
Today is a HUGE day! The project I’ve been working on for almost two years is finally here – introducing my book, “Now What?! The Young Catholic Adult’s Guide to Being Bold in Faith, Work, and Life in the Real World.”
This book has been a labor of love, and I could not be more grateful to the people who poured into this – editing, chatting it through, and encouraging me as we brought it to life. This book is a love letter to this community, and every chapter was written with you in mind. It’s broken into three sections: Faith, Work, and Life, and filled with personal stories and encouragement for anyone who is striving to live a bold life as a young Catholic adult.
We often get asked how people can support us and our ministry, and this is an easy way to do so! We’re selling both paperback editions (limited supply!) and downloadable pdf versions. Buy one for yourself, for your friends, for anyone you know graduating this year, for your friends and family – every purchase helps us continue this work!
You can use code “FIRSTWEEK” through this Friday for $5 off either version. Thank you for your encouragement, I hope you love it!!
What we’re loving lately
My new kindle!!
I‘ve always been very anti-kindle; I love the feeling of a paper book in my hands! But I’m about to head to Europe for 2.5 weeks (yay!) and couldn’t possibly carry all of my books, so I opted to buy my first kindle, and I’m so excited about it! Already I’ve tossed it in my purse to read on the subway, or in the park, or between classes. It’s so easy, and I think will really help me cut down on my phone time and spend more time doing what I actually want to do: read!
This past week was a wild one in our country, and I love Claire’s encouragement and thoughtfulness in approaching the situation. Enjoy!
On Friday, my school did a big parody show called “Follies.” It’s an annual tradition, and it’s filled with sketches and music videos and different spoofs on life in Business School. I grew up performing, and I’m so grateful I jumped at the opportunity to get back onstage and do something I love. I was a little nervous to perform in front of my peers, but I couldn’t be happier with how the show turned out, and I’m so glad I said yes! I love the adage “choose the bigger life,” and this was definitely a “bigger life” choice. If you’re on the fence about trying something, I couldn’t encourage you to do it more!
- For the soul of Tony Moises
- For a friend’s baby, Sofia, who was diagnosed with a rare condition
- You! If you have prayer requests you’d like me to take to Rome, reply below 🙂
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Jane was born in Australia, raised in California, and is overjoyed to now call NYC home. She graduated from UCSB with degrees in Political Science and Communication and spent the past two years working in criminal justice reform. She is currently an MBA student at NYU Stern, focusing on entrepreneurship and strategy.