A Year of Doing Good



A Year of Doing Good Judith O Reilly, Author Of The Hugely Popular Blog And Book Wife In The North Embarks On A Year Long Social Experiment In The Witty A Year Of Doing Good Fed Up Of New Year S Resolutions Involving Diets And Exercise Abandoned On January 2nd, Judith Is Attempting To Be Good For One Whole Year She Embarked On A Mission To Do One Good Deed Every Day Some Called It A Social Experiment At Times She Called It Madness Juggling Family, Friends And A Variety Of Neighbours In The Small Northumberland Village She Calls Home, She Recounts The Ups, Downs, Moments Of Doubt And Sheer Bloody Hard Work Of Doing GoodFrom The Small Babysitting A Friend S Child, Clearing Up Her Neighbour S Dead Mice And Feeding Her Friendship Cake Herman The German, To The Slightly Larger Trying To Raise 10,000 For Charity With Her Jam Jar Army And Teaching A Severely Handicapped Child To Write She Describes What She Learns Along The Way That No Good Deed Is Too Small And That Being Good Makes You Happy Well, Most Of The Time.A Funny, Uplifting And Admirable Book Observer Banish January Blues With A Year Of Doing Good By Judith O Reilly Who Resolved To Do One Good Turn Day Utterly Uplifting Woman Home Fizzing With Energy Judith S Writing Is Open Hearted And Funny Though Not A Guide To Doing Good, Judith S Story May Inspire You To Do A Little For Others This Year Express Glorious Sincerity.the Admiring Accounts Of Others Lives, The Detailing Of The Deeds Gladly Done Or Furiously Resented, The Unending Chaos Of Family Life All Are Rendered Honestly, Colourfully And Occasionally Hilariously Lucy Mangan, Sunday Times A Year Of Doing Good Inspires The Reader With The Day To Day Journey Of Meaning, Gratification And Joy That Comes From Contributing To The Lives Of Others In So Many Creative Ways For Those Who Want To Put Do Unto Others In The Centre Of Their Lives And Reap The Unexpected Benefits Of Happiness And Health, This Is The Book For You Elegantly Written, The Words Jump Off The Page Stephen G Post, PhD, Author Of The Hidden Gifts Of Helping Judith O Reilly Is A Writer And Journalist Her First Book Wife In The North Was Based On Her Blog Of The Same Name And Was A Bestseller Her Second Book, A Novel, Is Living In A Drawer Her Third Book Is This One She Is Married With Three Children, And For One Year She Tried To Be Good.

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  • Paperback
  • 306 pages
  • A Year of Doing Good
  • Judith O'Reilly
  • English
  • 14 September 2018
  • 0670921130

10 thoughts on “A Year of Doing Good

  1. Merry says:

    Judith is an engaging diarist and this her second book is both thought provoking and funny Very funny in places I was sorry to finish it and it left me contemplating the effect we have on each other in life Small acts of benevo...

  2. Sagittarius Scholar says:

    Actual rating 4.5 stars.I enjoyed reading this and it was very funny and sent me into bouts of laughter But I skimmed a bit towards the end, because I felt it was repeating itself too much I m genuinely h...

  3. Emma says:

    Found this book in Tesco supermarket and bought it on a whim as I like diary style books It was really good and I didn t want to put it down I thought it might be a bit preachy at times bearing in mind the subject matter but it wasn t AND it made me think which was probably what the author wsa aiming to do It would have been easy for the author to just put money in charity boxes each day and draw the line there but she didn t she went quite a way beyond that on some occasions I m now inter Found this book in Tesco supermarket and bought it on a w...

  4. Vicky Thomasson says:

    I thought the concept of this book was really good I could relate to a lot of what O Reilly wrote because I too have lost a child and know how difficult it can be to help people I recently was told I couldn t help the homeless at christmas because I didn t have the right qualifications The only pro...

  5. Gerri says:

    I was originally quite put off this book when I realised that it was a factual account of someone doing good deeds for a whole year, explained in detail day by day However, I soon got into it and loved the author s cheeky sense of humour, occasional expletives and mercifully few deep in...

  6. Jo Shaw says:

    I was hoping this book would be a bit of an inspiration but if I m honest I thought the book was a little frustrating to read.It seemed like the author was very reluctant to do good deeds and spenttime complaining about them than actually growing from the ex...

  7. Heather says:

    Although inspired me a bit to do some good deeds myself, hit the doldrums in this book about halfway through as it s essentially a list of good deeds with a tiny bit of story interlaced monotonous has put me well behind on my reading challenge

  8. Nandini says:

    This book was wonderful in many ways, Judith s witty nature combined with her quest to do a good deed every day was highly enjoyable and I look up to her for being able to reach out and help so many people.

  9. L Clare says:

    I chose this book from the library s display of New Non Fiction because Catholicism is mentioned on the back cover but nearly didn t read it beyond the introduction once the author had made her views on some of the Church s teachings clear I thought Ms O Reilly and I were too far apart in view to find a common ground and that reading her book would provoke me to anger I, of course, am a perfect Catholic who agrees with the Church in every detail of her teaching.No I am not a perfect Catholi I chose this book from the library s display of New Non Fiction because Catholicism is mentioned on the back cover but nearly didn t read it beyond the introduction once the author had made her views on ...

  10. Di says:

    Fed up of New Year s resolutions involving diets and exercise abandoned on January 2nd, Judith is attempting to be good For one whole year.She embarked on a mission to do one good deed every day Some called it a social experiment At times she called it madness.Juggling family, friends and a variety of neighbours in the small Northumberland village she calls home, she recounts the ups, downs, moments of doubt and sheer bloody hard work of doing good From the small babysitting a friend s chi Fed up of New Year s resolutions involving diets and exercise abandoned on January 2nd, Judith is attempting to be good For one whole year.She embarked on a mission to do one good deed every day Some called it a social experiment At times she called it madness.Juggling family, friends and a variety of neighbours in the small Northumberland village she calls home, she recounts the ups, downs, moments of doubt and sheer bloody hard work of doing good From the small babysitting a friend s child, clearing up her neighbour ...

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