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Nothing gets our attention like an unmade decision: Should I accept the new position? Which schooling choice is best for my kids? How can I support my aging parents? When we have a decision to make and the answer isn''t clear, what we want more than anything is peace, clarity, and a nudge in the right direction.

If you have trouble making decisions, because of either chronic hesitation you''ve always lived with or a more recent onset of decision fatigue, Emily P. Freeman offers a fresh way of practicing familiar but often forgotten advice: simply do the next right thing. With this simple, soulful practice, it is possible to clear the decision-making chaos, quiet the fear of choosing wrong, and find the courage to finally decide without regret or second-guessing.

Whether you''re in the midst of a major life transition or are weary of the low-grade anxiety that daily life can bring, Emily helps create space for your soul to breathe so you can live life with God at a gentle pace and discern your next right thing in love.

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" The Next Right Thing enlightened me, brought awareness, and gave me tools I didn''t realize were missing in my decision-making life. Emily points us to ultimate peace and clarity in our lives in the midst of uncertainty and chaos by gently pulling our focus back to the One who gives it." -Candace Cameron Bure, actress, producer, New York Times bestselling author

 
"There is no more reliable voice today than Emily P. Freeman. Her consistency and faith have moved and changed me over and over again.  The Next Right Thing is exactly that - the next right thing for you to read, for Emily to write, and for us all to live by. I''m so thankful this book exists."  -Annie F. Downs, bestselling author of 100 Days to Brave and Remember God

"Reading Emily P. Freeman I start to believe Jesus'' promise more--that his yoke is easy and his burden light. The Next Right Thing delivers us from anxious hand-wringing over our uncertain futures." -Jen Pollock Michel, author of Surprised by Paradox

"Like all of Emily''s writing, this book is both insightful and practical. It teaches us that life is to be lived, not figured out. And the way we live it is one brave choice at a time."   -Jeff Goins, bestselling author of The Art of Work
 
"Emily has become my decision-maker guide. In this book she offers deep wisdom that is easily applied to everyday life. This book is not only timely but timeless."
- James Bryan Smith, author of The Good and Beautiful God
 
"We want what we do to grow out of who we really are. This is a life of resonance--a life of unity. One of our favorite guides into this way of living is Emily P. Freeman. Relatable, actionable, and inspiring, Emily''s words will take you deeper into the process of graciously taking  your next step." -Gem and Alan Fadling, founders of Unhurried Living
 
"Emily P. Freeman is the real deal. She is a wise, trusted guide and prepared with just the words you need to hear at the moment you need to hear them. Funny, honest, and deeply hopeful, you will certainly want to read Emily''s words once a year as a refresher on how to live with intention and ease." -Mandy Arioto, President and CEO, MOPS International
 
" The Next Right Thing is a book you can go back to again and again and each time it will hit you in a new and fresh way. If you struggle to make decisions, if you''re in the midst of a big life change, if you''d just love some quiet guidance to be more intentional with your days, and/or you love Emily''s writing and podcast, this book is for you!"
-Crystal Paine, New York Times bestselling author, founder of MoneySavingMom.com
 
"Emily P. Freeman''s voice is gentle yet mighty, and I''m obsessed with every word of this quiet masterpiece. I''ll never make decisions the same way again." -Kendra Adachi, founder of The Lazy Genius Collective
 
"Emily could write about the history of the comma and we''d be spellbound by her words. How lucky we are that she wrote an entire book about one of the most important things we do every single day: decision making. Reading The Next Right Thing is your next right decision." - Myquillyn Smith, Wall Street Journal bestselling author of Cozy Minimalist Home
 
"Emily has a gift for speaking into light the things already true in most of us, but are often dimmed by the clouds of busyness and overwhelm. Her words are a must-read in my own life." -Tsh Oxenreider, author of At Home in the World
 
"Emily offers a practical guide for discerning the next right thing in the big and small moments of life. I am so grateful for this book!"  -Jordan Raynor, national bestselling author of Called to Create

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Emily P. Freeman is the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of Simply Tuesday and A Million Little Ways. As host of The Next Right Thing podcast, she helps create space for the soul to breathe, offering fresh perspective on the sacredness of our inner life with God. Emily and her husband live in North Carolina with their three children. Connect with her online at www.emilypfreeman.com and on Instagram @emilypfreeman.

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"There is no more reliable voice today than Emily P. Freeman. The Next Right Thing is exactly that--the next right thing for you to read, for Emily to write, and for us all to live by."-- Annie F. Downs, bestselling author of 100 Days to Brave and Remember God

"Emily points us to ultimate peace and clarity in our lives in the midst of uncertainty and chaos by gently pulling our focus back to the One who gives them."-- Candace Cameron Bure, actress, producer, and New York Times bestselling author

"Emily has become my decision-maker guide. In this book she offers deep wisdom that is easily applied to everyday life. This book is not only timely but timeless."-- James Bryan Smith, author of The Good and Beautiful God

"This book will leave you with confidence, wisdom, intention, and a perspective shift about the big and small decisions in your life. Reading The Next Right Thing is your next right decision."-- Myquillyn Smith, Wall Street Journal bestselling author of Cozy Minimalist Home

About the Author

Emily P. Freeman is the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Next Right Thing, Simply Tuesday, A Million Little Ways, and Grace for the Good Girl. As host of The Next Right Thing podcast, she helps people make decisions by creating space for the soul to breathe and offering fresh perspective our inner life with God. Emily and her husband live in North Carolina with their three children. Connect with her online at www.emilypfreeman.com and on Instagram @emilypfreeman.

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justplainbeth
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The Book That is Changing My Life
Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2019
Being an Enneagram 1, I have a very loud inner critic. I call her my inner hag. My inner hag uses a megaphone to remind me that my biggest weaknesses revolve around fear: fear of failure, fear of doing the wrong thing, fear of not being good enough, and fear of making the... See more
Being an Enneagram 1, I have a very loud inner critic. I call her my inner hag. My inner hag uses a megaphone to remind me that my biggest weaknesses revolve around fear: fear of failure, fear of doing the wrong thing, fear of not being good enough, and fear of making the wrong decision.

In Emily P. Freeman’s latest book, she writes about how she was in an Uber with her bestie, and the driver told started to tell her a story about a difficult passenger she had driven. But instead of telling the two women about this passenger she said, “But we’re not going to give her words, ‘cause that’s exactly what she wants.’”

Each time I have tried to decide what my next right steps are, my inner hag bellows out all the reasons I’m choosing wrong: all the ways I can fail, all the things that might go wrong, and all the ways I’m going to disappoint not only myself but all those around me. It’s crippling and it keeps me from moving forward.

Emily’s book offers gentle and compassionate ways for you to consider what’s keeping you from making your next right step (and I resonate with almost all of them), as well as practical steps to help you to move forward.

This book came at a perfect time. I’m in a period of transition in my life, and my husband is getting ready to make a big decision that will impact our family in many ways. This is a book I will be reading again. Next time I’m going to go slower and take more notes. I highly recommend it
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Robert Heyen
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It''s time to declutter your soul
Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2019
I have been a fan of Emily''s podcast "The Next Right Thing" and it''s peaceful and yet thought-provoking messages each week. The podcast set a high bar for the book. She could have easily just put the transcripts of her podcast into her book but she did not and the book not... See more
I have been a fan of Emily''s podcast "The Next Right Thing" and it''s peaceful and yet thought-provoking messages each week. The podcast set a high bar for the book. She could have easily just put the transcripts of her podcast into her book but she did not and the book not only hits the bar, it jumps over it.

After personally spending the last two years making some major life decisions, I have found myself to have decision fatigue. Emily addresses this in her own life and authentically shares her struggles with decision making, even opening up about decisions her family has faced. Emily gives suggestions at the end of each short chapter along with a prayer to point us in the direction of decluttering our soul and discovering ways to make room for silence, to look for the arrows in our life, and to seek life-giving endeavors.

This book could be read at your own pace or digested quickly based on the format. The depth of the material though will have you lingering, and picking it back up as your work on learning to decide and discern and to do the next right thing.
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Walking with God in Your Decisions
Reviewed in the United States on April 2, 2019
I have enjoyed Emily Freeman’s work for several years, first as a member of the writing group Hope*Writers and then as a reader of several of her books. When Freeman started her podcast The Next Right Thing not quite two years ago, I immediately began listening. I enjoy... See more
I have enjoyed Emily Freeman’s work for several years, first as a member of the writing group Hope*Writers and then as a reader of several of her books. When Freeman started her podcast The Next Right Thing not quite two years ago, I immediately began listening. I enjoy podcasts and listen to a number of them in several different genres. I tend to listen to podcasts as I am driving in my car, cleaning around the house or taking walks. Since I am not normally in a place to take notes on any ideas that the podcast sparks, I don’t usually take much action on what I learn from them.

I have been in a season of change over the past nine months or so, since my youngest child graduated from college. I have been trying to discern my “next right thing”. When I learned that The Next Right Thing book was being published I seized the chance to read it as soon as I could. Freeman does not disappoint in the book.

The quote near the end of the book exemplifies its purpose for me. “We want to make good decisions, but the decision is rarely the point. We want to live a good life with our good and beautiful God. Doesn’t it all come down to trust?” This book serves a thoughtful guide for the person who has change occurring in her life and wants to make good decisions.

The chapters are short and each of them end with a prayer and a short suggested action.
Freeman has a beautiful writing style and the stories in each chapter are personal and illustrate her points perfectly. If you read this book and take the actions which are appropriate for you, I think you will draw closer to God and be more confident in your choices. As Freeman says, “it’s not a black-and-white world, which means decisions are rarely right or wrong. It doesn’t matter which road you choose. What matters is God with you.”

I highly recommend The Next Right Thing for anyone who wants to grow in her spiritual walk with God.

I received a complimentary copy from the publisher on Net Galley in exchange for a review of this book.
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Lynn
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Emily''s Gentle Spirit
Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2019
"Where to begin? I would have to say, the author, Emily P. Freeman''s gentle spirit is what makes her thoughts and practices resonate and come to life for me. Emily is able to convey her thoughts in an easy manner that I can continue to ponder for days and I can easily... See more
"Where to begin? I would have to say, the author, Emily P. Freeman''s gentle spirit is what makes her thoughts and practices resonate and come to life for me. Emily is able to convey her thoughts in an easy manner that I can continue to ponder for days and I can easily implement. Her ""next right thing"" way of walking with God has done a lot to ease my stress and tension. I was one of those who grew up not being able to do enough or do it fast enough. Consequently I''ve had to work to have a renewed mind, a free mind.

In the 6th chapter, Be a Beginner, she discusses how beginnings aren''t really a problem for us, it''s being a beginner. She goes on to tell about an experience she had as an ASL interpreter when she was being evaluated by a supervisor. She said the supervisor gave her this review, ""Good work for a novice interpreter."" Emily didn''t know what ""novice"" meant at the time, but now she does. She had hoped it meant savant or something similar, instead of a beginner. ""We often don''t give ourselves permission to be new within them. Instead, we want to rush ahead to mastery"". This need to not feel like a beginner has often paralyzed me from doing ""the next right thing"".

Emily''s gentle words give me permission to walk my journey with ""my friend, Jesus"", at my own pace. Chapters like, Stay in Today, Be Where You Are, and Walk into the Room, give me an opportunity to breathe and to find the courage to simply do ""the next right thing"" in love for myself, and as I love myself, I am more able to love others.
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daveonbass
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Just a fantastic book. Well written, easy to read, and extremely inspirational.
Reviewed in the United States on April 20, 2019
I saw this book while waiting for a plane in the Atlanta airport, and bought the Kindle version as it looked interesting to me, but also seemed like it could be a book where once I got going it might have a different philosophical idea about who or what God is than I have.... See more
I saw this book while waiting for a plane in the Atlanta airport, and bought the Kindle version as it looked interesting to me, but also seemed like it could be a book where once I got going it might have a different philosophical idea about who or what God is than I have. So, I saved a little cash and bought the ebook.

This book is written from a decidedly Christian viewpoint, and being a Unitarian who relates better to Eastern philosophies, that can sometimes create an issue for me if it becomes too “preachy” about Jesus being the only path to God. I never felt that way with this book. I think the ideas held within the pages here will resonate with anyone of any spiritual background or beliefs. They are real world issues presented in a manner that makes you want to keep reading.

This is quite simply one of the best books I’ve ever read. If you’re on the fence about getting it, I don’t see how anyone could pick this book up, read it and not think it was fantastic. Just buy it. Five stars from me without question.
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Susan Bricker
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The Next Right Thing is a Must Read!
Reviewed in the United States on April 2, 2019
I absolutely loved Emily Freeman’s inspirational, life-giving book, The Next Right Thing! It is so much more than a book about decision-making. Emily’s skilled writing style infuses the layers of her powerful message as it beautifully unfolds upon your soul. Emily Freeman... See more
I absolutely loved Emily Freeman’s inspirational, life-giving book, The Next Right Thing! It is so much more than a book about decision-making. Emily’s skilled writing style infuses the layers of her powerful message as it beautifully unfolds upon your soul. Emily Freeman is known for creating space for your soul to breathe with her ministry, writing, and podcast, and she does this with excellence! I think she is a wonderful writer.

The Next Right Thing is insightful, thought-provoking, creative, inspirational, powerful, and concise. Emily Freeman captures the reader’s attention and seamlessly creates the perfect mix of story, message, and action steps with her lyrical words and beautifully unique style of writing.
The Next Right Thing walks the reader through the author’s stories, soulful advice and practical instruction and tools, prayers, and action steps to lead the reader to their next right thing.

Emily Freeman shares her wisdom, humor, faith, experiences, humanness, vulnerabilities, and truths in easy to follow but power-packed chapters. She walks with you along an explorational journey of discovery and curiosity as she equips the reader with fresh and effective ways to face and conquer the challenges of decision-making. The author highlights our relationship with God and ourselves as she unearths the layers of decision-making and the impacts they have upon our identities; mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

Emily Freeman’s writing voice is that of a friend, one of honest generosity, compassion, faith-filled wisdom, and authenticity. Her message feels personalized and also universal in theme. This is one of those books that you’ll be highlighting page after page. I have applied several of the invaluable tools from The Next Right Thing and found them to be helpful in my decision-making processes.

I love this quote by Emily Freeman in The Next Right Thing; “When the answers aren’t clear, what we want more than anything is peace, clarity, and a nudge in the right direction. The problem is we are often looking for direction in all the wrong places. Often the clues to our next decision remain within us, unheard and undiscovered.”

I will be rereading The Next Right Thing again and again and telling everyone it’s a must-read! I loved it!!
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Shannan Moore
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Forr anyone who has a difficult time making decisions, read this book!
Reviewed in the United States on April 2, 2019
I have a confession to make. I’ve never reviewed a book before I’ve finished it. And even though I’ve only completed 64%, without a shadow of a doubt, I can 100% recommend "The Next Right Thing" by Emily P. Freeman. I have read three of Emily’s four books and I... See more
I have a confession to make. I’ve never reviewed a book before I’ve finished it. And even though I’ve only completed 64%, without a shadow of a doubt, I can 100% recommend "The Next Right Thing" by Emily P. Freeman.

I have read three of Emily’s four books and I have been listening to her podcast, “The Next Right Thing” for over a year now. I enjoy Emily’s soothing voice but I tend to learn best via the written word, so when I heard that she was writing the book, I preordered it immediately. Amazon didn’t even have the cover art to display!

I have early access to the book in digital format via Netgalley; the book releases on April 2. But unlike most books that I read, I am not flying through it. This book is meant to be savored. This book is meant to be read again and again. This book is meant to be the hand of God guiding you slowly and peacefully through making decisions in this messy, yet magnificent life. Yes, that is a direct reference to another favorite of mine, "This Messy Magnificent Life" by Geneen Roth. Geneen details how important it is to choose to live life from a full heart and to make decisions from that space. Emily tells you how to do that.

I have always struggled with making decisions. For over 35 years, I have driven my family crazy with my anxiety and worry – so much so that they have kept things from me until I absolutely had to know due to concern about my reaction. Because I want to do everything right, my fear of doing something wrong has caused me to do the wrong thing or be terrified to act at all. Over the past 13 years, I’ve learned how to combat my need for perfection and to make decisions from my heart. The Next Right Thing is the book I needed 13 years ago. Emily has put everything I’ve been learning about whole-hearted decision-making into one place.

The book is as light in tone as it is heavy with content, and the irony is not lost on me that as Emily is discussing putting down our phone to hear the silence, I’m reading on the Kindle App on my phone. I cannot wait for this book to be available in hard copy. I like to highlight and write in margins when I come to good points and The Next Right Thing has so many good points! I can’t finish reading because I keep having to hold her nuggets of wisdom in my mind, turning them over and over.

She ends every chapter with a prayer and a practice. A favorite is part of one below.

"May we not demand a spectacle, a miracle, or a sign.
May we simply, quietly, be still and know."

"The Next Right Thing" will help you know.
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thoughtful and gentle
Reviewed in the United States on April 2, 2019
I''ve been a fan of Emily since receiving her book "A Million Little Ways" as a gift, and absolutely devouring it. Since then, I''ve followed her podcast as well. So it''s no surprise that I was so excited to hear this book was coming out! I really struggle with decision... See more
I''ve been a fan of Emily since receiving her book "A Million Little Ways" as a gift, and absolutely devouring it. Since then, I''ve followed her podcast as well. So it''s no surprise that I was so excited to hear this book was coming out! I really struggle with decision making, and have recently had to make (and am still in the process of making) some really tough decisions. I love Emily''s gentle and thoughtful approach to decision making, and guiding her readers into making better decisions as well. While reading this book, I found myself highlighting so many note-worthy lines, and I also really appreciated the quotes she included from other people as well. As a fellow enneagram 4, I feel like I appreciated her stories and perspective that much more. I''ll definitely be buying this book for friends and family members, as it''s such a relevant and applicable topic, and executed so thoughtfully!
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Anna K
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So much wisdom
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 8, 2021
I love Emily P Freeman’s writing but this is her best work so far. And it’s about so much more than just decision making. It’s wisdom for navigating so much of what happens in life...
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Insightful
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 18, 2019
This book was really helpful in showing me how to make good decisions and that the decisions we make are not necessarily the most important part of the process! There were a lot of things that caused me to stop and think, especially learning to name the narrative as I so...See more
This book was really helpful in showing me how to make good decisions and that the decisions we make are not necessarily the most important part of the process! There were a lot of things that caused me to stop and think, especially learning to name the narrative as I so often don’t do this!
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Carolyn J Wattts
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one of the most beautiful and accessible books on discernment and decision-making
Reviewed in Canada on April 5, 2019
As a spiritual director, I’ve read a number of books on discernment, and this is one of the most beautifully and accessibly written. Life isn’t just made up of the big decisions, but of the ways we live the little decisions and moments of our real everyday lives. Emily...See more
As a spiritual director, I’ve read a number of books on discernment, and this is one of the most beautifully and accessibly written. Life isn’t just made up of the big decisions, but of the ways we live the little decisions and moments of our real everyday lives. Emily helps to take the fear and overwhelm out of big decisions by teaching us to pay attention to our lives and to focus on taking the next small step, doing our next right thing. I’ve just finished the e-book version and will begin today to read the hard copy. Some books demand to be read with pencil in hand, and returned to again and again as we learn to live the truth that it offers, and this is one of them!
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Practical, Thoughtprovoking, helpful
Reviewed in Canada on April 3, 2019
The Next Right Thing by Emily P. Freeman is a book you will read and reread - most likely with a highlighter or pen in hand. Although it is on decision making, it is far more than just making decisions. It is about living life well and... doing the next right thing....See more
The Next Right Thing by Emily P. Freeman is a book you will read and reread - most likely with a highlighter or pen in hand. Although it is on decision making, it is far more than just making decisions. It is about living life well and... doing the next right thing. Thoughtful prayers and practical assignments at the end of each chapter help apply the principles to one''s life. Ms. Freeman''s gentle, lyrical style is easy to read and yet causes one to stop and ponder her words often. I''ve read Emily'' other books and couldn''t wait for the release of this one. I''ve never been disappointed in her writings. The podcast of the same name, "The Next Right Thing", is one that supports this book as well
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What''s the next right thing?
Reviewed in India on November 20, 2019
While surfing and bookmarking umpteen no off books, I picked this one and must say everyone should read it once. This book has stories, explanation, journey etc but the biggest of all it develops a faith in God. Though being an atheist it''s always a question, despite being...See more
While surfing and bookmarking umpteen no off books, I picked this one and must say everyone should read it once. This book has stories, explanation, journey etc but the biggest of all it develops a faith in God. Though being an atheist it''s always a question, despite being an atheist I would say that one should read this book. Whatever one struggles to take decisions, it''s helps you do the next right thing with the belief on God. Also the book has certain chapters stretched which wasn''t necessary, still I think the author wants to take the reader through the journey which is more imp than start or destination. So even if you are an atheist, do read it once.
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A simple practice for making life decisions with ease

When we have a decision to make, what we want more than anything is peace, clarity, and a nudge in the right direction.

If you have trouble making decisions because of either chronic hesitation or decision fatigue, Emily P. Freeman offers a fresh way of practicing familiar but often forgotten advice: simply do the next right thing. This simple, soulful practice will help you

  • clear the decision-making chaos
  • quiet the fear of choosing wrong
  • find the courage to finally decide without regret or second-guessing

Whether you’re in the midst of a major life transition or are weary of the low-grade anxiety that daily life can bring, Emily helps create space for your soul to breathe so you can live life with God at a gentle pace and discern your next right thing in love.

Emily P. Freeman

EMILY P. FREEMAN is the author of Simply Tuesday and A Million Little Ways. As host of The Next Right Thing podcast, she helps create space for the soul to breathe, offering fresh perspective on the sacredness of our inner life with God. Emily and her husband live in North Carolina with their three children.

What others are saying about the next right thing


Annie F. Downs, author of 100 days to brave and remember god

“There is no more reliable voice today than Emily P. Freeman. Her consistency and faith have moved and changed me over and over again. The Next Right Thing is exactly that – the next right thing for you to read, for Emily to write, and for us all to live by. I’m so thankful this book exists.”


Candace Cameron Bure, actress, producer, and author

“I confess I’ve never struggled much with unmade decisions, but I also never thought about the process by which we go about making them. The Next Right Thing enlightened me, brought awareness, and gave me tools I didn’t realize were missing in my decision-making. Emily points us to ultimate peace and clarity in our lives in the midst of uncertainty and chaos by gently pulling our focus back to the One who gives them.”


Myquillyn Smith, author of Cozy Minimalist Home

“This book will leave you with confidence, wisdom, intention, and a perspective shift about the big and small decisions in your life. Reading The Next Right Thing is your next right decision.”

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