May 27, 2017

Drop In by Sara Harvey Yao

Published Date : October 4, 2016
Publisher : She Writes Press
Genre : Non-Fiction / Management / Leadership
Rating : 5 Star

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Drop In is a book that gives you help in order to have a deeper presence in your life. In a world where social media and technology rule, people are left unable to focus and be in the present but this book explains that there is a way to be more present in a way that will leave you reaching for the calm instead of a phone. With it full of tools to help you get started to live a calmer life, this book will be your saving grace against this crazy world we live in.

I found this book to be so true on so many levels, it's kinda scary. The thing that got to me the most was the part that you could put people in a room without anything and they wouldn't know what to do or stay there for longer than 15 minutes without some sort of technology because they don't want to be alone in their thoughts, have we relied on technology too much to want to be alone with yourself? Overall, this was a good book that I hope will help people regain their presence knowing that being alone with your thoughts might be the best thing ever!

Thank You to Sara Harvey Yao for writing this book that I hope will get everyone a much calmer attitude toward your own well-being!


I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from BookSparks : Wintervention 2017!
Drop In is a book that gives you help in order to have a deeper presence in your life. In a world where social media and technology rule, people are left unable to focus and be in the present but this book explains that there is a way to be more present in a way that will leave you reaching for the calm instead of a phone. With it full of tools to help you get started to live a calmer life, this book will be your saving grace against this crazy world we live in. 

I found this book to be so true on so many levels, it's kinda scary. The thing that got to me the most was the part that you could put people in a room without anything and they wouldn't know what to do or stay there for longer than 15 minutes without some sort of technology because they don't want to be alone in their thoughts, have we relied on technology too much to want to be alone with yourself? Overall, this was a good book that I hope will help people regain their presence knowing that being alone with your thoughts might be the best thing eve
Thank You to Sara Harvey Yao for writing this book that I hope will get everyone a much calmer attitude toward your own well-being!

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