I was thrilled to receive a copy of the book, Don't Sweat The Small Stuff, from my Aunt and Uncle in 1997. I have read it and re-read it many times over. What can I say... it affects me! When I heard the news of the author unexpectantly passing of cardiac arrest awhile back, I was shocked. I later learned how Richard Carlson's wife picked up the pieces and coped through many changes on her blog, https://kristinecarlson.com
But before I forget, I wanted to share a bit of information I just learned about...
Sitting in the waiting room biding my time until it would be my turn to see my doctor, I browsed through a plethora of magazines. When I got home from my appointment, I noticed an email from Amazon letting me know of some great $5.00 deals on magazine subscriptions. I think I'll get some for my piano studio waiting room but you need to hurry, offer expires August 20th!
Here are a few of my favorites:
Better Homes and Gardens
Okay, back to my review of this dynamite little book of 100 chapters!
About The Book
This groundbreaking inspirational guide--a classic in the self-help genre--shows you how to put challenges in perspective, reduce stress and anxiety through small daily changes, and find the path to achieving your goals. Among the insights it reveals are how to:
- Think of your problems as potential "teachers"
- Do one thing at a time
- Share glory with others
- Learn to trust your intuitions
I highly recommend the book! It truly is a game-changer. One's mental perspective and outlook on life mean everything in having inner peace. The author shares insights to help you work on yourself in changing some deep-rooted habit patterns. Great tools inside for eliminating a majority of stress and much anxiety in one's life. Attitude is the key and learning to celebrate life is everything!
5/5 stars. Don't Sweat The Small Stuff
“You can’t get a cup of tea big enough or a book long enough to suit me." C. S. Lewis
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