Monday, January 15

The Big Book of 30-Day Challenges: 60 Habit-Forming Programs to Live an Infinitely Better Life by Rosanna Casper

"I received a free book in exchange for writing a review on my blog"

The Big Book of 30-Day Challenges by Rosanna Casper is such a fun way to start the New Year! It's got challenges that will keep anyone going and make life a bit more interesting.
you might have heard of taking risks, well how about challenging everything you do? This book has some quite fun ways to spice life up and make earning what you want more fun.

The one thing I do like about this book is that it's not about just being healthy by eating or exercising, but instead, it's got challenges like building friendships, helping you to work better, kicking those horrible habits that are destroying you slowly and even increase productivity, which I so could so use! Plus, it's all about 30 days, not too bad, just a month. So taking on any challenge means 30-day commitment and I mean, it's ok to fail but why not get back up and try again that is why it's a challenge!

I already started doing IF(Intermittent Fasting), and that is cool to see that this is one of the challenges. I started that right on December 31st so it's quite cool to see that is one of the challenges and how things are going, I'm already able to complete it for 30 + days. Also to mention that each challenge has directions and explains everything you need to do. It's not tough cause the book does explain to you how to take it slow and build up to the goal, not to just jump in if you're not used to it. This one example I can tell you about the first one, Run Every Day. If you aren't used to running it can be difficult, but if you build up muscles and get used to running, you can go farther. Plus, the main goal of this challenge is to lace up those shoes and go outdoors to run, not how far but just to run daily is all you need to do, simple right!

Plus, there are ones like 30 days of getting dressed, which can be a way to get those who don't put on clothing daily into a new habit. Also, reducing clutter, which I guess my sister already has that trend, but it would be good for those who have loads of stuff they barely or never use and need to depart with. There is just so much that can be challenged in anyone's life, which could end up making them healthier, happier and finding something they never knew they loved to do because they never tried it before, like IF or drinking green smoothies. Of course, you can go beyond the bok and create some others for yourself, maybe in goals you want to achieve like play the guitar or learn something new. I think that is one thing that might not be part of what the book is meant to teach, but has given me inspiration to try!

Finally,  this book is packed with fun challenges and honestly, it can make one stronger and build confidence in one's body and what they can really do. Therefore, I would recommend this as a gift for those who love to challenge everything and those who want to bring excitement back into there lives! Not only will this keep one person busy, but after one is done it can be redone and one can always change the challenge a bit, making it harder by increasing something or changing it up a little bit differently.


Information About The Author:
Rosanna Casper is a freelance writer, blogger, and mom of three. She writes about finding health, happiness and productivity, one 30 day challenge at a time, on her blog, Hackerella.com.

Book Information:

  • Paperback: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Ulysses Press (October 30, 2017)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1612437184
  • ISBN-13: 978-1612437187
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 0.2 x 9 inches



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