Book Review – Living Fully

Living Fully
by Mallory Ervin

Living Fully by Mallory Ervin book cover

Living Fully:
Let Go of Unhealthy Attachments,
Stay Inspired, and Find Lasting Fulfillment
by Mallory Ervin

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Book Description:

In Living Fully, Mallory shares her personal story of overcoming the unhealthy and damaging patterns in her life and shows readers how to trade this for something completely new and more rewarding. What she discovered was there had always been a different life available to her, one that she had not yet seen. Now she encourages readers to resist a “just fine” existence and to step into a life they never dared to imagine before. 

My Take:

I received a digital copy of this book from NetGalley and Convergent Books.
I voluntarily read and reviewed a copy of this book.
All thoughts and opinions are my own.

SK Book Review - Living Fully by Mallory Ervin

Another usable resource for inspiration in improving your life.

Let’s be honest, any self-help book is going to recommend similar things for you to do to make your life the best that it can be. This is true with Living Fully and fairly unavoidable. However, Mallory’s storytelling and anecdotes provide a fun read with valuable information throughout. There are several muddy metaphors and slightly convoluted analogies, but the underlying messages still come through.

Even if the advice is not completely new, if this book provides any one person the added inspiration or incentive to make their own life better, it would be well worth sharing and recommending this book.

Great storytelling makes for a fun read, whether looking for advice or not.

Mallory uses her own stories and life experiences throughout the book to illustrate her ideas on “living fully” and what that means. This makes the book almost more of a memoir than a self-help book, so even if you aren’t truly looking for guidance on changing your life, this is still a good read.

The Final Verdict

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My rating: 3.5 stars

Would I recommend? Yes

I recommend this book for any fans
of Mallory’s or anyone who is looking for
guidance in changing their life.

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