[ARC] Book Review #22: ‘Love Your Life Workbook: Over 120 exercises to design a life you love’

Note: The author, Ayesha Ratnayake, kindly sent me a digital version of her book in exchange for my honest review. A huge thank you to the author for letting me be a part of it.


Name: Love Your Life Workbook: Over 120 exercises to design a life you love

Author: Ayesha Ratnayake

Genre/s: Self-help

Today, I am going to review something completely different from the usual books. It is a workbook, named Love Your Life Workbook: Over 120 exercises to design a life you love by Ayesha Ratnayake. Last year, Ayesha reached out to me about her book Cheat Sheets for Life: Over 750 hacks for health, happiness and success. It was a great non-fiction book, with bite-size pieces of practical advice on how to carve out your best life as possible (you can read my review here).

The Love Your Life Workbook has everything you need to reflect on your time and life and get the best out of it. There are numerous exercises to do. The author, Ayesha Ratnayake, has laid down all the groundwork and all you have to do is take some time and fill them honestly. It is a great way to reflect on yourself and seek self-improvement.

I was also happy with the exercises. Several of them are quite innovative, such as writing your eulogy. I also liked worksheets exploring the concept of Ikigai, figuring out your dream job, habit ideas and habit trackers.

Final Thoughts

The book is a clear idea of short and effective ideas woven together to produce positive outcomes. It is practical and can be done more than once. I suggest doing so annually to keep track of your life and improve yourself in the long run!

My Rating

Rating: 5 out of 5.

You can read my other book reviews here.



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