For those seeking time – Stop Faffing, Start Doing
“You won’t find endless theories, though you will find links to some ideas and exercises that work, and you will find a positive companion on the journey of making life feel less cluttered and more enjoyable. The writing style is chatty but also thoughtful, and each chapter is a helpfully readable length for, say, a train journey or before bed. In other words, the book is designed to fit into already busy lives! It is, after all, about time. Jen offers examples from her own life experiences in a refreshing and candid way, showing how one person’s journey might apply to our own. Recommended for anyone wanting to make more sense of a crowded world, and anyone who has ever fervently wished that world would stop spinning quite so fast.” – Miriam, part time everything: tutor, mentor, counsellor, writer, wife, daughter and occasional human bean.
“If you find time slipping through your fingers, this could be the book for you. Engaging, personal, punchy; chock-a-block with helpful ideas. Stop faffing and take control of your time with this gem from Jen Mak.” – Sonia Aboagye
FOR THOSE SEEKING purpose – Keep Daring
“I really enjoyed the book, it has a very personal spin that I like, because no matter who is reading, it’s very honest and relatable. It’s always good to reflect on how we can better ourselves, the less stressful way! I feel like the book marries well with a fast pace (realistic) life and gives small practical tasks to enable the outcomes to be attainable and sustainable.” – Donna Horsfield, Mental Health Worker
“I’m not a big fan of self-help books, but this one is actually helpful and easy to read. I’ve personally used some of the tips and tricks shown on the book and they do work. The personal experiences related in it make it very friendly. Definitely a good sequel to “Stop Faffing, Start Doing”.” – Tani the Triangle, nomad?