Wednesday, February 5, 2014

How to Ruin Your Life By 30 Book Review


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About the Book
We all have an internal alarm clock that goes off when we're about to make a bad decision... Some of us spend our 20's hitting the snooze button. By taking a look at 9 common, everyday mistakes, which most of us have an opportunity to make on a regular basis, Steve Farrar speaks with wisdom and wit in this short book that serves as a wake up call we should all take.From starting our 20's on the wrong foot to neglecting our own gifts and strengths, and from isolating ourselves from real community to ignoring God's purpose for our lives, How to Ruin Your Life by 30 will help navigate these treacherous waters we call adulthood.No matter where you are at: preparing for, recovering from, or in the midst of your 20's... this short book will help. (Goodreads)

My Review

I picked this book because with a title like How to Ruin Your Life By 30, how can you not pick it up? Since I am in my twenties I thought this book would apply to me and I really enjoyed this short read. Only 135 pages this book is straight up advice on how not to ruin your life. Most of it is the obvious, don't make stupid decisions because they effect your life. Here are a few of the chapter's: Get off to a bad start, Ignore God's purpose for your life, Disregard what the Bible says about sex and marriage (and yes he does talk openly about this) among a few other things. These are all what not to do, because if this is how you live, it won't look good by the time you are thirty. I love how the author, Steve, implements what God wants in our lives with each chapter. Also, he does not condemn those who have done these things already. This book is directed to both men and women. The topic on marriage I thought was right on with finding a spouse and God's timing. While this book is not earth shattering information, I know all of these things, but it's a good reminder. This book started with Steve speaking to a graduating class and I think this is a great book for a new graduate or anyone in their twenties. 


For a short humorous but realistic read, I highly recommend!!


 "I received this book from MP Newsroom for free in exchange for an honest review."

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