SWEET LIKE LIFE takes the reader around the world -- and back to New York, where she finds herself returning to her old ways time and again, trying to do it all, be it all, working too many hours and becoming a slave to dating sites. But after sleeping hand-in-hand with a strange woman in a Brazilian favela, laughing as rain fell on their heads; pooping in shovel-dug holes in the West African desert; and scrubbing banana leaves with a used toothbrush to make tamales in Central America, followed by cigars and swigs of rum, she was no longer that girl inside and never could be.
SWEET LIKE LIFE is about letting go and accepting life, oneself, and the beauty that unfolds when that happens -- the sweetness of it all.
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