I owned the paper version of this book years ago and just recently bought the kindle version. For a most of us, this information is common sense. I mean, what adult doesn't know proper dental hygiene? But for me, it has repeatedly been a gentle guide out of the dark. I should mention that I struggle with depression. I struggle without receiving much support. This book has, more than once, given me little stepping stones to get myself back on track when I was so down that I wasn't brushing my teeth daily. Gross, but depression can do that to you!
For those who are not struggling, this book has great tips for how you can include some of these things in your life. The little stories are also an awesome motivation. Example: someone saved a substantial amount of money by saving change over the years. If that story doesn't make you ump your change in a jar, nothing will!
Like other reviewers have said, after a few chapters, it's difficult to imagine doing everything suggested every day. There just aren't enough hours. I recommend trying everything new each week and dropping what just doesn't work/isn't useful for you...I'm looking at you, food journal!