28-Day FAST Start Day-by-Day

The 28-Day FAST Start Day-by-Day is an accompanying workbook for the author’s 2020 book, Fast, Feast, Repeat. The author repeatedly states you must read the older book too. I haven’t read the other book but its blurb states that it has a 28-day fasting plan within it. I’m confused. WhyContinue Reading

The Rest is History

The Rest Is History is a selection of short tales of real-life history. Who knew that history could be so entertaining? This book would make a great read when time is short. Find out if the Loch Ness Monster is real while waiting at the doctor’s office. Some fictional itemsContinue Reading

Soberish

Most alcohol interventions require abstaining from drinking forever. Interested in reducing your drinking but not stopping forever? Turn to Soberish. I’ve never read a book like this before so I can’t comment on its originality or innovation. However, Soberish is a good self-help guide for controlling your alcohol intake. ItContinue Reading

Interstellar

When humans look up at the sky, they yearn to travel among the stars. But questions abound. Are we alone? If not, why haven’t we discovered any undeniable evidence of other species? The author of Interstellar postulates that our instruments are inadequate. He hopes to remedy that as director ofContinue Reading

Sushi Master

If you have just finished your budget and realized you spend way too much money in sushi restaurants, I have the book for you. Sushi Master looks at sushi creation in the most detailed way possible. From what tools you need to clear and concise techniques to cut and prepareContinue Reading

Food, We Need to Talk

Food, We Need to Talk is the latest diet book I’ve read but it is completely different than most diet books. Instead of a diet plan full of restrictions with recipes at the end, this book is full of refreshing ideas about how, and why, plans like that don’t workContinue Reading

Hey, Hun

How much do multi-level marketing (MLM) companies and cults have in common? It turns out a lot. Both use the BITE (behavior, information, thought and emotional control) method to entice and then entrap their members. Both groups shun former members. Despite the positive messages propagated by the companies. it isContinue Reading

The Choice Point

Multiple times per day individuals encounter The Choice Point, “the exact moment, you decide to shift your attention away from an unwanted thought that might stop you from making a conscious choice to persevere in pursuing a goal (or not). It’s that moment when you say to yourself, ‘to continueContinue Reading

Universal Principles of Design

Universal Principles of Design is not what I expected. And that may be totally my fault. I expected a textbook on design. However, it reads like a dictionary with no connection between different ideas. Universal Principles of Design may find a place in library reference sections but is really notContinue Reading