This is a great overview of basic foundations in nutrition. The lecturer presents a wide range of sensible information that sparks further interest in the topic. She shares her knowledge with passion and clarity, resulting in a lecture that is both easy to follow and enjoyable to listen to.
I listened to these poems with a cuppa and felt rather relaxed and uplifted afterwards. I enjoyed the gentle simplicity that they imparted, with the occasional dash of humour. As a lover of tea and poetry, I thought this was a pleasant audiobook.
I thoroughly enjoyed this lecture series and found it to be very useful indeed. As a volunteer storyteller at my local library, I was able to pick up several tips relating to the craft. The lecturer is clearly very passionate about the art of storytelling and delivered each lecture with great enthusiasm.
The concept of earthing is very interesting and I appreciate the fact that this author has shared his findings. However, I stopped listening at the half way mark because it started to read more like a sales pitch/infomercial rather than an informative wellness book.
Initially, this book was engaging and somewhat insightful, putting forward some interesting commentary about modern day consumerism. However, the author started getting very religious in sections, which was both unexpected and somewhat out of place given the way the rest of the book was written. Thus this book would be best suited to a Christian readership.
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