Feeling Normal Again

A book review of Feeling Normal Again: a Post-Pandemic Guide to Emotional Health by Stephen J. Kristof Stars: *** Self-Published (2021)Mental Health240 pages Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links. Summary: After 2 years of pandemic life, it’s time to Feel Normal Again! This… Read More »

The Most Important Graph in the World by Tony Buzan

Subtitle: .. and how it will change your life! Authors: Tony Buzan with Jennifer Goddard & Jorge Castañeda Proactive Press (June 2012) Personal Development Stars: ★★★★★ Summary: The Most Important Graph in the World unleashes powerful truths about our memory and how we learn and behave. Discover how you can use this knowledge to deliver… Read More »

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Find Your Happiness

  Stars: ★★★★☆ Chicken Soup for the Soul Publishing (2012) Self Help/Personal Growth/Happiness Summary: This book is the follow-up to bestselling Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Positive. Read inspirational true stories about how real people used positive thinking, thankfulness, and good old-fashioned common sense to find their own paths to happiness, pursuing their passions,… Read More »

Fit Moms for Life by Dustin Maher

Stars: ★★★★★ Summary: Dustin Maher, America’s Trainer to Moms has a goal to reach 1 million moms by the end of 2015. His book Fit Moms for Life: How to Have Endless Energy to Outplay Your Kids is only one part of that goal.  According to Dustin: “My message to moms is simple: Putting yourself… Read More »

Courtesy Bootcamp by Anthonette Klinkerman

Back and Front Cover Stars: *** Anthonette Klinkerman considers herself the mobile etiquette school. She does courses on etiquette now she has a book. The book is only available through her website currently. The book is a quick read at 56 pages but this makes it easy to look up a certain section for a… Read More »

WOW: A Handbook for Living by Zen Ohashi and Zono Kurazono

Stars: ***1/2 One Peace Books (2010)Nonfiction157 pages Summary: […] In this volume [the author] has created a method for living. A way you too can be successful and powerful in your everyday life. Thirty-one phrases are coupled with simple methods and short explanations designed to implement empowerment and change in lives of readers. Designed to… Read More »

Dump ‘Em: How to Break Up with ANYONE from your BEST FRIEND to Your HAIRDRESSER by Jodyne L. Speyer

Stars: ***** Summary: I think the subtitle says it all. This book is NOT about breaking up with a spouse/partner but about breaking up with everyone else. Here is a complete list of who’s covered: Hairdresser, manicurist/waxer, trainer, therapist, neighbour, house guest, kid’s friend’s parents, landlord, friend, assistant, co-worker, boss, carpooler, family, nanny/babysitter, housekeeper, roommate,… Read More »