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If I Knew Then What I Know Now

If I Knew Then What I Know Now Time to Stop Recycling the Same Old Mistakes, Life Lessons to Last More Than a Lifetime

By Ruby Hillsman
Published by WestBow Press

Average Blogger Rating: 3.56 Stars

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On 1/24 Scarlet Bluefield wrote: I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for my honest review. My honest review? Don't waste your money. It was boring, irrelevant, and poorly written, and truthfully, I couldn't bring myself to finish reading it. If I knew then what I know now about this book, I wouldn't have wasted ... If I Knew Then What I Know Now: A Review

Scarlet Bluefield's Rating:

1 Stars

On 11/28 Gary W wrote: IF I KNEW THEN WHAT I KNOW NOW Time to stop recycling the same old mistakes, Life Lessons to Last More Than a Lifetime By Ruby Hillsman Ruby shares a collection of stories that people shared with her and things that happen to her. At the end of each story, she shares what she learned from them. Many ... Listen and Learn

Gary W's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/9 Via Bella wrote: You know the saying-- "If I only Knew then What I know Now..."You always question...am I making the right decision? What if it is the wrong one? What if I regret it? Or you live life on the edge without care in the world. What is the point of not living on the edge- one life to live, right?You know when ... If I Knew Then What I Know Now............... {Book Review}

Via Bella's Rating:

3 Stars

On 6/6 Anngladys wrote: In this book, Ruby Hillsman offers life lessons to last more than a lifetime. She shares from experiences in her own life as well as encounters with others. Many times, life gives us a break, e.g. when hospitalized, and during these times we get a chance to think and reflect about our lives. Sometimes ... If I Knew Then What I Know Now

Anngladys' Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/27 leaderature wrote: When I picked this book up (technically, I read this on my Kindle so I picked the Kindle up), I honestly thought it would be one of those shoulda-woulda-coulda books. As soon as I received it, I wondered to myself what brainwave I had reading this book in the first place. I am so happy the book exceeded ... Book Review: “If I Knew Then What I Know Now” by Ruby Hillsman

leaderature's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/11 debbiejean wrote: You know the famous saying 'history always repeats itself' and I don't think this could be more true than in our everyday lives. Everyone makes common complaints about things they wish they would have done in the short time we are here and able-bodied enough to do them and this is exactly what the author ... Good Old Fashioned Advice!

debbiejean's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/11 Stacie D Wyatt wrote: I read, If I knew then, What I knew now, in exchange for review from BookSneeze. The book was written by Ruby Hillsman and Published by Westbow Press. I chose this book because I have made mistakes in the past and have learned how to move past them and definitely how not to make them again. If I knew ... If I knew then, what I knew now

Stacie D Wyatt's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/22 Yvonne Green wrote: There is a lot to be said about hindsight. There are also many ways a person can learn. Below are listed a couple of ways one can learn but there are many more ways a person can learn. You can Learn from making your own mistakes and choosing to learn from them. Listening to others and taking heed ... IF I KNEW THEN WHAT I KNOW NOW

Yvonne's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/21 Deanna Kohlhofer wrote: Have you ever said to yourself, “Boy, if I had known that…I would (or wouldn’t)…” Yep. Me too! I may have made a few different choices in my life… Ruby Hillsman wrote a book titled, “If I Knew Then, What I Know Now” to capture her thoughts on life lived. Let’s face it, life shapes ... If I Had Only Known

Deanna's Rating:

3 Stars

On 7/18 Matt wrote: I really enjoyed the tone of the book because it felt like you were sitting down with this lady and having a conversation. It made me wish that I had slowed down and taken the time to listen to the previous generations. To listen to their stories and experiences. Too often we in the younger generation ... Like a conversation

Matt's Rating:

4 Stars