The Bucket List Chronicles by Rob Uniszkiewicz
One Man's Yearlong Attempt to Try Something New

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The difference between knowing you should do something and actually accomplishing it is vast, as the author proves again and again. As for whether he will continue taking on new challenges, he can claim at least one more: writing a book. A charming and amusing account of one man’s fresh experiences.
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Growing up with a lifelong aversion to all things new, strange, and uncomfortable, Dr. U was inspired by his much more open-minded wife to take on a project to promote personal growth and freedom from all things routine. His New Year’s Resolution and the resulting journal chronicles the hilarious true stories shared in this book.



Once he sheds his own inhibitions, Dr. U becomes more receptive to the not-so-subtle lessons each experience offers. Whether accidentally spending a weekend at a nudist resort or gliding among the clouds, the author shows how we each can benefit from crashing through our own comfort zones and dare to try new things.

 

About Rob Uniszkiewicz

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A Naval Officer and Physician who focuses on Public Health, Rob "DR. U" Uniszkiewicz's career has provided endless opportunities to meet and care for people from all walks of life. His experiences as a physician allow for his unique perspective to hopefully be an example for others who are on a search to see what they're made of. The author lives in Chesapeake, Virginia, with his wife, Jenn, and two wonderful children, Nolan and Sophie.
 
Published July 15, 2016 by Koehler Books. 136 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, War. Non-fiction
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The difference between knowing you should do something and actually accomplishing it is vast, as the author proves again and again. As for whether he will continue taking on new challenges, he can claim at least one more: writing a book. A charming and amusing account of one man’s fresh experiences.

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