BOOK REVIEW: TISHA MORRIS – CLUTTER INTERVENTION

  Writer, Benjamin Law once described his childhood home as like a “Lasagne of shit.” There are a lot of homes waging a war on space with the average American house reported to contain in excess of 300,000 items. Tisha Morris has written Clutter Intervention – How Your Stuff is Keeping You Stuck to address this common…

BOOK REVIEW: DAVID GILLESPIE – TAMING TOXIC PEOPLE

  There is a high possibility that you either know or have encountered a psychopath. These un-empathetic, toxic individuals are reported to make up between 5% and 10% of the population, and as many as 20% of corporate leaders. Not all of these people are criminals or prisoners, many are high-functioning and successful people you…

BOOK REVIEW: GRETCHEN RUBIN – THE FOUR TENDENCIES

  Many of us will be familiar with the idiom, “Different strokes for different folks.” While this quote could mean that people are varied and enjoy different things, it can also be used to justify people’s diverse habits and motivations. Gretchen Rubin is a habits expert who has developed a new framework for identifying and…

DVD REVIEW: REGRESSION

  Regression is a film that lives up to its name because for you to recall any of it you’d have to go back and watch it again and again. The film is a dark one set in 1990 in rural Minnesota. It’s also one that is based on real-life events. But the story and characters…