A very interesting book, sharing very useful methods of cleaning and organizing your home. A very easy to read and follow tips are shared in it. Recommended for anyone, even if you already consider yourself well organized, you'll still find some interesting new ideas. ~ Review by Yukie Davidson
Our world is so enamored of busyness, our culture places such a high value on multitasking that nobody is ever going to tell you to put silence and stillness on your “to do” list for the day. If we listen to the world and its agenda for us to work, hurry and succeed, we will find ourselves empty, unsatisfied and disconnected from our very own selves. When you want to change your life, you have to think care, love, health and strength among others. This precious thought is lost when you don’t have time or you don’t make time to uplift your habits. As you read this book, ask yourself, “what habit do I need to add to my “to do” list concerning my lifestyle?”
Every healthy routine we adapt yields its tribute of delight. Every change we make corresponds to and authorizes new state of mind, from breathless hopelessness to grimmest sunshine in the midday. It is therefore necessary to uplift our lifestyle. Our daily habits don’t have to be a long hard cognitive process. Even on a minor scale, personal goals are not hard to accomplish with the right information and support. We just have to be vigilant in undertaking the proper habits that would ensure good health.
This book will discuss some of the ways we can practice a lifestyle that attempts to make our relationships with others healthier, a lifestyle that involves caring for others/our loved ones, and maintaining proper hygiene and healthy choices! It recommends habits such as using natural alternative treatments like herbs to boost immunity, spending time with family or spouse to bring relaxation and relieve from routine tension, commitment and faithfulness, strengthening your health by appropriately following health choices like flossing teeth, washing hands and more!
Excerpt – Time with our loved ones
I’ll start with these two quotes:-
- If you cannot get rid of the family skeleton, you may as well make it dance. George Bernard Shaw
- Love your family. Spend time, be kind & serve one another. Make no room for regrets. Tomorrow is not promised & today is short.
If we have the heart to see and cherish it, our families would become our great source of peace and blessing in our daily lives. I feel encouraged by my family’s company as I hold within me poignant moments in my own life, vivid times of joy and fear with my family, moments of ups and downs yet holding on to love, moments of despair strengthened only by knowing that I am never alone, moments that are backlit by mystery, but I am heartened by the great care that rises out of them.
We seem to live in a world of “never enough.” That is certainly what television, movies and advertising tell us. No matter how much we have, a little “or a lot” more would be better. We are told over and over whether we think we’re listening or not, “You will never be truly fulfilled and happy until you get that one job, that one car, that one house. Then you’ll be happy and have all you need.” But when will that be?