At first glance you might say `Oh, that’s obvious’ to any or all of the seven habits in this book but knowing about these topics and knowing how to put them into practice without spending a fortune is another thing altogether. Robin begins each chapter with a pre-test of sorts. It is a list of questions for self-evaluation to determine how well you think you are doing in that area. She also lists in question format some physical indicators that should alert you to potential connections between your symptoms and a lack in your diet or life of that habit. After the pre-test Robin explains why your body needs you to focus your attention on each habit. Relevant quotes are sprinkled throughout the text. Each chapter ends with a section entitled Practical Tips for Your Journey where she invites the reader to reflect on any learning gained as a result of reading that particular chapter. Robin ends with a list of additional wellness resources and endnotes. I enjoyed Wellness on a Shoestring. The reading was straightforward and the truths easy to digest.
NOTE: I requested and received a copy of this title via NetGalley.com but made no commitment to review it.