Book Review – The subtle art of not giving a F***

I should probably dedicate one day a week to a book review, considering how many I write!

Anyway, it’s me again with another self help book review..

This was the second self help book I ever read, after The Secret. It was a long time ago now, but I still remember how good it was. (I’ll get round to reading it again one day).

It was one of those books I did quite a bit of research on and read some reviews myself to see if it was worth the purchase. I’m glad I bought it but it’s not up there in my top 3 favourites.. That doesn’t mean this book is rubbish, it just means from the amount I’ve read, there’s others I would go for first.

There’s absolutely nothing wrong with the book and I would still recommend buying it. It just didn’t resonate with me as much as some other books I’ve read. The points the author makes are very good and make a lot of sense, but at the time of reading it, they weren’t really what I was looking for.

It was right at the beginning of my self help book journey and all I wanted to do was read books that made me see things more positively, advice on how we can use our minds to get the things we want from life. This book does that in a small way, but majority is about why we shouldn’t care about certain things. Which is amazing and is very true, we should care less about what people think about us.

I think now I’m further along and have read quite a different variety of books, now would be a good idea for me to give it another try.

All throughout this book there is humour, which makes it a very fun read. As well as it being a serious book with lots of very helpful ideas to apply to our every day lives.

I purchased my copy from Tesco in the UK, but I’m pretty sure you can buy it in most big book shops and Amazon. It is around £10, which is amazing for this book.

I would definitely recommend buying this book if you’re wanting to see different perspectives on life. It gives you a different way of seeing things, which honestly is what we all need at some point in our lives.

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