Greater Good is a Berkeley University publication focusing on The Science of a Meaningful Life, and Jill Suttie, Psy.D., is its book review editor. Needless to say Kathryn and I were excited to see her talk about our book! Here’s an excerpt of what Dr. Suttie’s review:
This new book provides 50 tips to help busy people improve their health, one step at a time. Whatever lifestyle change you wish to make, the authors have a wealth of ideas to get you started. So, if you’ve been contemplating dieting, working out, or sleeping better at night, this might just be the book for you. You may be surprised how easy it is to become a healthier—and more chemically-balanced—person.
As you can imagine from its name, Retail Therapy Lounge operates in a completely different reality and has different objectives than Berkeley, yet they come to very similar conclusions when it comes to the SaS book. Here’s the gist of what they thought:
I don’t have much time to think about wellness and balance. But I should. Which is why I liked this book/workbook so much. It is not too in depth – but gives you great tips and tools to adapt your life and lifestyle.
If you would like to review our book for your own blog, contact me and I’ll be happy to send you a copy.