I was emailed by the author of this book asking if I’d like a copy to read and review. Never one to turn down a free book I said yes! Here’s the blurb:
“Changing how you think is possible. I wasn’t always so sure that was true until I experienced it myself, but I know now we don’t have to just accept unhappiness. Not always anyway. This book is my collection of tips and suggestions that have helped me achieve happier thinking. It’s sort of a gym for my mind. I’d love to tell you it was easier than the real gym but well… it’s not really. It takes time, effort, and practice but it’s absolutely well worth the rewards.”
It is a little book and I read it in a couple of sittings. Nothing in it is earth shattering, and you’ve probably read similar in magazine articles about positive thinking and being happy – but it was great having it all in one place.
I found myself thinking about what Lana had said later in the day. Things like, just because the day started badly, you don’t have to assume the whole 24 hours will be a write off.
I can immediately think of a number of ‘glass half empty’ people that this book would be great for. I can also imagine it’s the sort of book I need to read relatively regularly just to remind myself to be more positive and see the best in situations.
I don’t want to share too much of it – as that would ruin it if you read it. The summary at the end is also the chapter titles – and a really good aide memoir for positive thinking.
Whilst I don’t think this is a world changing book – it could definitely be a mood changing book, and if it helps one person – then it’s definitely a good thing.