The Four Agreements: Book Review


Looking back at everyday human interactions, imagine how many times we cast spells on each other with our word. 

For those of you who know me, you know that I have always loved reading and now consider myself a certifiable bibliophile. As long as I can remember, there has always been a book with me from riding in the car to Wyoming and using a flashlight to read The Little House on the Prairie Series to spending my summer days biking to the library and checking out the maximum books allowed. I decided to add this page to my expanding site to talk about books I love and share some of the best that I think you all would enjoy and give you lots of food for thought!

The first book I am adding is The Four Agreements which is one of the most phenomenal books and I wish I could buy hundreds of copies and give them to everyone I know and come across in everyday life.

Hope you make some time to read this book! I strive not to make promises that I can’t keep, and I will promise you that this book will elevate your life and thoughts and hopefully change the way you think for the better!



The Four Agreements are:

1). Be Impeccable with your word.

2) Don’t take anything personally

3). Don’t make assumptions 

4). Always do your best 

This book is a very quick and easy read and every page gives a lot of food for thought and easy ways to implement positive changes in your own daily life. I have read this book several times since it was introduced to me this summer and overtime I read it, it feels as thought I am reading a new book. I always take something new from each page and am constantly highlighting and makes notes in the margin.

Let me know what you think! I hope that you love it as much as I do.

Happy Reading!


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