Edie Weinstein explores how to be a unicorn in your everyday life — to find the magic and truth in order to share your shine.
When I think about unicorns, the image of a mythical one-horned creature dances before my eyes. It has the reputation of being a weaver of dreams, a magical being. Another association is that of being an outlier, a unique manifestation.
Freelance journalist, blogger, editor and author of Be That Unicorn: Find Your Magic, Live Your Truth, and Share Your Shine, Jenny Block is proud to consider herself a unicorn. She, like many quirky, out-of-the-box kids, took a while to claim her own color and pizazz. From the onset, Block lets us in on a little secret, that her inner unicorn is named after her beloved grandfather. His name was Herbert and her four-legged friend wears the appellation proudly. Her grandfather saw her for who she was, uniquely herself and encouraged her to be authentic. The unicorn in this book is a representation of a life well-lived.