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How can you hack your way to thriving in life?
You could scour the internet, searching hundreds of websites for the best tips and tricks to live better, but that would take countless hours and a great deal of research. Instead of wasting your time doing that, hack your way to a better life using this valuable audiobook.
In this guide, we have done the hard work for you, gathering the best life hacks and organizing them together in one easy reference location. You can relax, listen, and streamline. This book is loaded with fresh ideas, time-saving tips, and tiny tweaks to help you optimize every area of your life.
Whether you are looking to live smarter, be more productive, or simply find better ways of doing things, this audiobook is for you. The helpful hacks are organized into the following categories: home, kitchen, on-the-road, work, kids, pets, health, beauty, clothing, and general.
With over 500 genius life hacks included, you are sure to find something (or many things) to implement and make your day-to-day living better.
Listen to this book today, and start hacking your way to living your best life!
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Would be better as a print book
I love a list, and this appeals and the tips are great, but it’s overwhelming in audio format - my brain hurts after 20 mins and I’ve forgotten almost all of the tips. Def one that is love in print tho. Also, the audio is quite staccato - I guess that’s driven by the list format, but it did make me wonder if an AI robot could do narration.
- Elizabeth Frounks
A List-Format of Hacks
I'll be honest, this isn't what I expected, but at the same time, I don't think I should have expected more. This is literally, just a list of life hacks being read outloud, and the narration is more than fine, there were moments that seemed to drag. This isn't a book you binge, in fact, I often had it in the background and every so often, I had a 'huh, that is actually smart!'.
There are different categories, home, kitchen, on the road, work, kids, pets, health, beauty, clothing, general life. It's likely you'll find something that is useful.
Ann does a good job narrating, she didn't seem lifeless, even with the list-like format, which is a little impressive!