[dropcap]S[/dropcap]o, one of the things and its a key thing really that I forgot to include in my bio is my love of books. My mum always made fun of me, she said of all her children, ( I am the first of 4) I was the one with my nose in a book even sometimes while I was cooking. I have been known, to be reading whilst stirring the cooking pot, what can I say? This is my first post on my new site, and I am really excited, I can’t begin to describe.
So what you can expect from this site is some inspiration, some book reviews and hints and tips for different niches, but I would say in particular on leadership, health and network marketing to begin with at least.
At the beginning of this year, I did a big declutter and gained a whole room back, it has become the office where I am sat writing this blog post. In the process I found I had so many books, I did not know what to do, and to be honest, I have a fair few on my kindle too. I have decided when it comes to reading I absolutely prefer the real thing. However, that was not enough to see that I did not give away any books. I had boxes and boxes of them, fiction, non fictions, religious, cooking, reference there we so many genres of them. Needless to say, my local charity shops and my church are well stocked. I don’t think I am the only one who had that idea.
I have to tell you, I am a big fan of change, and my most favourite book on the subject is Who Moved My Cheese by Dr Spencer Johnson. What a book, it is just right. I enjoyed the narrative, and how the story demonstrated the different stages of change, making it easier to break down. Watch out for an in-depth review a some point, but just thought that I would share that with you. Its about time that I had a read of a novel you, know, do you have any suggestions? Please do let me know in the comments below.