Appreciation And Meaning Journal || Book Review.

Hi people. I am not in a good mood these days as I just lost two people really close to me to Covid. If you think Covid hasn’t destroyed anything except the lives of people, let me tell you that it has destroyed my emotions and brain. I feel so sad and devastated at this moment that even while writing this post, I might end up crying. I miss my aunt and my baby sister. Covid killed my dad’s real elder sister and her younger daughter who was only 16 years old. I miss her and I feel like this is going to erupt in me and blast me out. A post will be coming up about my emotions and feelings. So now, let’s just start this post, shall we???

I am trying to read and divert my mind as much as I can and this book was a review job for me. I got this book to give my honest review in exchange for a payment and I am glad I did it. It was really nice. Come along and check out the review, without any further ado.

•Book Description:

Author: Andrew Eltes.

Publisher: Balboa Press.

Genre: Self-Help, Motivational.

Chapter: 6 Chapters.

Pages: 481 pages.

Series: No.

Time: 6 hours and 4 minutes.

Publishing / Published: 4 March 2021.

•Official Summary:

Is there something missing in your life? Are you seeking to live a more appreciative and meaningful life? In Appreciation and Meaning Journal, author Andrew Eltes guides you to feeling gratitude while focusing on what matters most every single day.

Through a series of ten empowering questions, this journal is designed to help you:

•deliberately feel positive;
•focus on and feel gratitude for what is going well in your life;
•concentrate on how you can better yourself while growing and giving to others;
•be centered and prioritize what matters most each day while feeling the core reasons for these actions; and
•connect to the essence and enjoy the feeling of accomplishing a goal before it is physically completed.

The Appreciation and Meaning Journal helps you ask yourself empowering questions, feel the benefit of empowering and meaningful answers, and have the best start to the day possible while also being centered and focused on what matters most that day. It should be a day that feels and looks how you want it to.

•Critics Ratings:

Goodreads: 4.67/5Stars.

Amazon: 5/5 Stars.

Taken from the respective sources

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•My Rating.

•My Review.

This book is a magnificent piece of art. I loved how this book helps us reflect on ourselves and helps us learn more about ourselves. This book had such clear and smooth writing that I enjoyed it to the fullest. The book was thoroughly explained and each page taught you something about your life. The book contains a survey too that you can use to learn more about yourself in depth. I liked how the cover created a mystery as to what the book could be about. At the end of this book, I understood myself better and learnt how to appreciate my efforts in daily life. Although I did find the book a bit long but as I don’t read this genre much so it might be just me who thought that, I loved the message the author wanted to deliver. Overall, a great book with an inspiring message and worth reading.

So that’s it for today. I hope you loved this review. I will be back soon with one more review and hope you all are safe and sound. Take care and see you soon, until then…

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10 responses to “Appreciation And Meaning Journal || Book Review.”

  1. Not a comment on the book, just to say how sorry I am to hear about your relatives. Covid is doing so much damage around the world, but India has been hit so hard.
    I’m thinking of you, Suzan.
    Best wishes, Pete. xx


  2. I’m so sorry Suzan. I’ve been following the news out of India and it truly is awful. Hang in there.


  3. I am not sure I can take any more of self-help into my bloodstream but your review almost made me change my mind


  4. Savitha Anand Avatar
    Savitha Anand

    I’m sorry for your loss… just stay strong is what I can say… I think I’ll pick this book as j have started reading self-help books these days. Thanks for the recommendation


  5. Self-help books are important especially in the odd hours of life when ever day we are losing someone or the other in this world. The review is penned so beautifully in an emotional way that I can feel the pain deep beneath your heart. Stay strong.


  6. I have recently gotten into self help books. I’ll add this to my tbr. Thanks for your review.


  7. I have added more than 20 self-help books into my tbr for my growth. Will definitely keep this in mind. But I have to finish those books first.


  8. It looks like the book does have a strong background to depend on. The book shows different aspects which are based on surveys and from your review I was able to depict that the book has a real insight.


  9. As you said that an inspiring message the book gave I will for sure pick this book up as I am also feeling low these days and need lots of inspiration to cheer my soul up. And this too will be a differnet kind of genre for me. ❤️


  10. Shreeja Samadder Avatar
    Shreeja Samadder

    I am so sorry for your loss. I cannot even imagine how you might be feeling right now. My heart goes out to you. This second wave has definitely taken a very cruel turn.


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