Sunday, January 31, 2016

Clear Up Your Life

Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui By Karen Kingston is a revised and updated version of her book. 1 million copies have already been sold and upon first read it is easy to understand why. Many people make resolutions to simplify and declutter their lives in the new year. Kingston gives really good advice for clearing clutter.

She starts with understanding your clutter where you get to delve in and really understand what your clutter is and why you have so much of it. Then you get to identify clutter where Kingston helps you define what and where the clutter is in your own life. Finally you get to look at the steps for clearing the clutter that you have identified in your life. Not only does she consider the physical clutter of all the physical stuff in your life, but she also helps with clearing emotional and spiritual clutter.

Overall this book is a really good resource. It is simple, easy to utilize and very straightforward.

I received this book for review courtesy of Blogging For Books. These opinions are my own.

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Perfect Bedside Book

This week I started Grad School. I've been reading nothing but textbooks and lecture notes. The book bullshit is a good change of pace. This book is written by Mark Peters and it tells the history of different bs words. This book is entertaining either to read from cover to cover or to just open a random page and read.

If you're looking for a funny and fun read for a chilly afternoon read make sure to pick up the new book by Mark Peters.

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Neil Patrick Harris is Always Awesome.




I don't really know what else to say about this book. 
It was funny. 
It was entertaining.
It was Neil Patrick Harris.

Like the classic choose your own adventure stories this story is written in the second person point of view AND the writing makes it difficult to choose just one adventure. The words literally fly off the page and before you know it you've spent an entire Sunday afternoon immersed in Neil Patrick Harris' world.