Hubs and Lil Dumpling are busy winning themselves and spending time with his family in Ghana for the next two weeks, so it’s just us girls (myself and Lil Pudding) left here to ‘enjoy’ the British weather.
The past 6 weeks have flown by in a newborn/Toddler phase. In amongst the madness, I’ve been trying to keep up with my Personal Development, by setting aside one hour a day, a ‘Power Hour’ to read and develop myself.
My Current Read – enjoyed with a a Lactation Brownie ☺️
This month’s read is The Life Changing Magic Of Not Giving A F**K by Sarah Knight.
This was recommended to me by a friend, who also recommended it several other people and we all went and ordered a copy on Amazon (well, my sis did, this is her copy!).
I’m about 50 or pages before the end and I can honestly say that this is one of the reads I’ve done in a while.
This book is aimed at people who concern themselves far too much with what other people think about who they are or what they do. It’s also for people who don’t care at all (have zero f**ks, in other words) but have a hard time communicating this without hurting peoples feelings or being plain rude I.e. a*seholes!
Before reading this book, I thought I was a straight up a*sehole because I thought I made life (and general) decisions based on what I wanted with no thought to anyone’s feelings.
But, truth be told, I’ve found that I cared A LOT about what people think regarding SOME things and had zero f**ks for others.
This book has enlightened me on how to make decisions without a) hurting people’s feelings and coming off like an a-hole and b) not rendering myself guilt-ridden through giving f**ks to things I shouldn’t.
Written in a light and hilarious manner, The Life Changing Magic of Not Giving A F**k should be read by worry worts and a*seholes alike! I would definitely recommend this book to anyone falling in these personality categories who are looking to make improvements on how they make and implement decisions which make affect other people or their feelings – things like Family, Work (colleagues), Friends and Weddings! I’m actually sad to be finishing this book so soon.
Now, I need to decide what to read next – I’m open to recommendations!! List them in the comments, pretty please! 🙏🏾