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Live a F.A.S.T. Life: How Cleaning Up & Stripping Down Gave Me My Life Back Paperback – December 7, 2017
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About the Author
Jenn Baxter is an accomplished author, speaker and freelance writer based in Charlotte, North Carolina. She has been published in numerous print and online publications and appears at tiny house festivals, healthy living festivals and private engagements across the country, speaking on the subjects of downsizing and minimalism, clean eating, healthy living, and spiritual health. She is a regular guest on the NBC morning show Charlotte Today on WCNC-TV and has also appeared as a guest on several tiny house-themed podcasts, including the Tiny House Podcast and Tiny House Canada.
In 2015, Jenn launched her website, Live a F.A.S.T. Life, based on her own experiences with clean living and downsizing into a 160-square-foot tiny house. She now teaches others how to make similar changes in their own lives through her online webinars and her e-course collection, De-Clutter, De-Tox, De-Stress. She is the recipient of the 2017 Silver Tree Publishing Book Award.
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I'm not a 'God' person (at all, spiritual, yes) and that is a part of her journey as well but she doesn't overdo that either, just weaves it in throughout the book without too much heaviness or drama. Many will share her belief system so the book for them will be even more enjoyable to read and connect with.
The only issue with the health information she shares - is the chapter on Sugar. I've done a bunch of this work - more than 20 years ago - similar to Jenn and for someone who is sensitive to sugar or has to avoid completely (all of us should be in general, especially refined sugar and sweets) - alternatives like honey, molasses, etc. will keep that ill health process active (candida, blood sugar ups and downs). Just a note, but that doesn't take away from the quality of the book or other health info and 'de-cluttering' inside and out stuff she writes about.
I'm going to have to check out her website to see the cool tiny house she has built :)
However, from my personal viewpoint, I could not find any connection as the MC jumped from her anxiety to adrenal failure to gluten intolerance to sugar hatred, etc. I understand that we all have to find what works for us and eliminate what does not, but for me, it all felt a little self-indulgent.
I do want to rate the book 4-stars for writing quality and for the information within, information that I know many people will find useful. Nevertheless, it did not gel with me and the book is not my usual cup of green tea or square of sugar-free dark chocolate (even though I understand the benefits of each and all).