Studied Political Science at Duquesne University.
Highest Honors Graduate in Fitness and Nutrition from Stratford Career Institute.
Self-Taught Make-Up Artist.
Loves Her Loved Ones.
Published June 4th 2020
In You Can Have It! 20 Gifts Money Can't Buy by Moses Omojola, I chose four gifts that the author teaches that money cannot buy, that stood out to me after reading the book. First, a shoulder to cry on. My personal take on that? Did a loved one have a bad day? Next, peace of mind that comes from knowing you are living within your means. My take on that? When was the last time you made someone a home-cooked meal? Then, a smile. My take on that? Be someone's sun on a cloudy day. Following, faith. My take on that? Did you pray for a loved one today?
The book's pace is good but has a few interruptions throughout. The content is good but leads one on tangents throughout. The author's style is good when pertaining to the twenty gifts. I learned that a shoulder to cry on is a gift. I liked the fact that I am not the only person attempting to live within my means. Readers are going to like that they do not have to pay a dime. Readers should buy the book for all of the reasons above. The book can help ease stress and anxiety.