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READ: Review, 31 Days to a Younger You by Arlene Pellicane

Posted by on February 15, 2011 in 31 Days to a Younger You, Arlene Pellicane, Read | 0 comments

I’ll begin this review with a confession: I didn’t read this book the right way. Author Arlene Pellicane intends 31 Days to a Younger You: No Surgery, No Diets, No Kidding (Harvest House, 2010) as a 31-day adventure in looking, feeling, and living young. Because of my planned review, I read it in only two or three sittings.
Although the title points to outer beauty, this wise author instead highlights practical, biblical steps to true beauty, which flows outward from the soul. She fills her bite-sized presentations with positive, personal encouragement; transparent stories; beauty tips that don’t involve medications or elaborate surgical procedures; and expert advice. 
All this combines to make 31 Days a fun, helpful, and positive read. Each chapter ends with a Thought for Rejuvenation (question to consider) and Act of eXpression (suggested actions for renewal).
Kudos to Arlene for helping me examine some areas of my life that needed a fresh touch. I recommend you take 31 Days to consider your own.

If you could read a book that promised to help you look and feel younger, what would you want to find inside?  OR If you could write a book like this, what type of advice would you give?

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