Work a Little Less, Live a Lot More

by Mark McKeon | Education |
ISBN: 0732266270 Global Overview for this book
Registered by Melanie2474 of Narrabundah, Australian Capital Territory Australia on 7/8/2006
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Journal Entry 1 by Melanie2474 from Narrabundah, Australian Capital Territory Australia on Saturday, July 08, 2006
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People all over the world are tracking their books through BookCrossing. If you do decide to become a BookCrosser, please consider using me, Melanie2474, as the member who referred you. If you are already familiar with BookCrossing, thanks for picking up the book.

Either way, I hope you'll make a journal entry so all previous and future readers can track this book's journey. Happy reading and Happy Crossing!
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From the cover: This book is about time. It's about helping us realise that it's OK not to work so hard and it's OK to live at a slower pace. We think we can't do it, but with Mark McKeon's strategies we can.

Work a Little Less, Live a Little More is packed with information about how we can make better use of the time we do have, and in the process create more time for ourselves. Mark McKeon provides concrete strategies and ideas for time creation and management including:
  • a DIY fitness test
  • health and exercise techniques
  • workout plans for even the busiest people.

    Work a Little Less, Live a Little More shows us how to increase our energy, create more spare time, enjooy an enviable lifestyle and increase our longevity.

  • Journal Entry 2 by Melanie2474 at Narrabundah, Australian Capital Territory Australia on Monday, September 25, 2017
    Didn't teach me anything new; I gave up midway through as his writing style is annoying.

    Released 2 yrs ago (10/3/2017 UTC) at Red Cross Blood Bank, Palmer St in Garran, Australian Capital Territory Australia

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    Journal Entry 4 by winggoldenwattlewing at Garran, Australian Capital Territory Australia on Wednesday, January 31, 2018
    I found this book at the blood bank during my volunteer shift. I am retired now, so I'm guessing this book is not aimed at me (besides, I'm not into self-help books), so I will pass this on. Thanks for leaving it there to be found :)

    Interestingly, I have been at the blood bank several times since this book was released and I check for BC books, but I never saw this book there before my shift yesterday. Perhaps someone took it away to read and returned it. What a shame they didn't make an entry to give this book's 'history'.

    Released 1 yr ago (3/27/2018 UTC) at Below clock, corner Argyle & Menangle Streets in Picton, New South Wales Australia

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