I really do love motivational books because it makes me really think and reflect carefully. One of my favourite quotes from the book is“I am convinced that knowledge is power - to overcome the past, to change our own situations, to fight new obstacles, to make better decisions.”
I would recommend this book to literally anyone.My mum has read it, and she enjoyed it. Anyone would be able to learn and take something away from this book. I think even people who dislike reading might find this quite nice to read!
I have had a few hectic weeks of tests and assignments, but tomorrow is my official last day for my core subjects which are English, maths, science, health, geography! Then the next four weeks, I have a 2020 program which is an environmental kind of program that is compulsory for year 9s. I still have my electives though : French, cooking and visual communications design, but I won't have such a hectic workload. I am so glad, because guess what that means? BAKING AND COOKING! I have been missing out on working in my kitchen, making a mess with the mixer and the oven. But this weekend, and for the next few weeks, I shall be cooking and baking up a storm (like Hurricane Sandy) and posting recipes and eateries and oh la la! It's also 1 and a half months away from Christmas, and I shall be getting festive. Watching Christmas movies that are in New York (pretending like you're in New York when you're really not) and baking some cookies? I SAY YES!
So watch out, a food storm is coming your way.