Book Review: Momentus: Small Acts, Big Change by Hannah Alper

Momentus: Small Acts, Big Change by Hannah Alper

Momentus: Small Acts, Big Change by Hannah Alper is a book meant to let young people know that they can make a difference in this world. Age does not define you nor does it restrict one’s ability to make a difference in someone’s life. Kindness always makes a difference!

This book, written by a young teenager, is full of the stories of young people out there doing what they can to make this world a better place overall and to bring a smile to someone’s heart. The young people all face different challenges – there are people out there that think kids can’t do anything of importance – but they tough their way through the challenges before them to bring about the changes they are seeking.

In the Bible, John 15:12, we are commanded by Jesus to love one another: “This is my commandment, That ye love one another, as I have loved you.” The young people represented in Momentus are doing their part to “love one another” and making the world a better place. They are making a difference.

If you need inspiration, can’t think of what you can do to make a difference to even just one person, pick up a copy of Momentus. You will find plenty of ideas. Sometimes all it takes is a smile to make someone’s day. No matter your age, you can do this!

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Book Review: Caring for Caring by Jane Edwards

Caring for Caring by Jane Edwards

In the recent past, we have been sent many books on end of life issues such as wills, long term care, insurance, and other issues.

Caring for Caring by Jane Edwards is different. Instead of providing instructions for people who are planning for retirement and the end of their lives, Caring for Caring is geared towards caregivers to help them better help those elders who are near the end of their lives.

This book is very well-written with many anecdotes that help to underscore the importance of leaving elders with their dignity. It is the kind of book that every personal caregiver should read regardless of whether they are a paid caregiver or a volunteer.

We give Caring for Caring all five stars. It is detailed and concise. It is broken down into very short segments that make it easy to read a segment in practically no time so that one can read it on the go.

We were sent a complimentary copy of this book. We are under no obligation to write any review, positive or negative.

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