Thursday, April 21, 2016

The More of Less - Joshua Becker [book review]




The More of Less goes into a fairly new trend, yet life changing lifestyle, that transforms our homes by acquiring less things. Joshua Becker hits the nail on the head about one of life's main disturbances - our clutter. Yet we continue to filling our homes because in this consumer society that is just what you do. Minimal living does not mean get rid of everything as Becker explains. You are merely living with what you truly need and want to make your life better for you. It is a way to devote your time to the things that matter most to you in life rather than being surrounding by the things you can easily do without

Becker does a great job explaining how you can become a minimalist, how his life has changed and the numerous others that he has helped through his talks across the country.  The More of Less will change so many lives - pure genius.











*Disclaimer - I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from Blogging For Books

Saturday, August 22, 2015

Book Review: Unfair by Adam Benforado





Unfair is about our legal system and the injustices intertwined in it. It is full of information that will make anyone want to read more. Unfair discusses the roots of our minds that can cause the injustices that we see in so many courtroom across the United States. 

Adam Benforado is digs deep into research and takes a long, hard peak into the human mind to find out why someone would confess they killed someone they didn't or why the death of a white man usually turns into a death sentence as opposed to an African-American man. He has certainly done his reasearch.

If you are looking to read something to give you more insight into our brains and its connction to our judicial system then go buy this book! It was very easy to read and anyone can easily grasp what Mr. Benforado has written. 


I highly recommend this book as it is a good conversation to be open - especially in the times we are in currently. It is a great read and truly insightful. 10/10.



*Disclaimer* I received this book for free to review from www.bloggingforbooks.com. All opinions are my own.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014