On the face of it, Ellie Newbauer has lived the life she was expected to have—got married, bore children, made a home, went to church, and supported her community causes. On the face of it. Ellie’s book, “Water Under My Bridge” is the story of how she broke ranks and decided to occupy her own life. This memoir is full of the wisdom that comes from giving up the life others would choose for us and choosing instead to heed the unique guidance system that is standard issue in every human. Ellie’s story is universal in the sense that each of us holds the key to our own best life. When you face this, you’ll have work to do. This is Ellie’s story, told deftly, authentically, with great love and compassion. This is her story told with humor, grace, gratitude, and deep honesty. As Queen of her own life, Ellie makes and breaks rules as she sees fit, and is therefore living happily ever after.
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Ellie Newbauer learned at fifty one that life is more than a hum-drum existence and has spent the last thirty five years convincing others of that. She is an award winning poet and speaker, has taught classes on the art of selfishness and new ways of looking at ourselves and our lives. She is currently working on a new book, Illegitimate Poetry and Other Loose Thoughts.
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