There are times when I want to read but just read short articles especially in between work or while I’m having a snack. When I don’t have time to read and don’t want to get that feeling where I’m left hanging I go for these kinds of reads.
I’m reviewing another book by Christine Rice, Articles for the Mind and this book has 58 short nonfiction articles.
The short articles in this book are of a practical nature and great for applying to your everyday life. The book is sectioned into 7 parts having articles for each part. Topics in the book include Beauty and Health, Careers and Education, Family and Pets, Financial Planning, Frugal Living, and Money, Food, Holidays, and Home, Psychology, Self-Help, and Values and Writing.
Her approach to each article is very matter of fact and practical. Reading it you would think that these are obvious conclusions but they are a healthy way of reminding us how to approach situations and how to condition are way of thinking when it comes to areas we often struggle in.
I found the Family and Pets, Financial Planning, Frugal Living, and Money and Writing chapters to be most helpful in my current situation. They served as good reminders for me to try and understand others more, learn how to prioritize and how to be more creative. The Writing chapter was a quick summary of her other book that I was able to review, Freelance Writing Guide: What to Expect in Your First Year as a Freelance Writer.
If you should find yourself struggling with your weight, finding a job or with your own personal problems the other chapters will be an ideal read for you.
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