Climb That Fence & Take That Leap Book Review & $25 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway


Climb That Fence & Take That Leap

by Philip Johnsey
Ever wonder if there is more to your pet's behavior than meets the eye? Can we learn something about ourselves by watching them? Climb that Fence take that Leap is a compilation of personal, inspirational animal stories and the life lessons we can glean from them. After enjoying these stories, you'll spend a little extra time with your friend and know what it takes to Climb that Fence and Take that Leap!

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Author bio:
Raised on a farm and having been a volunteer at different animal rescues, it’s no surprise that his first two published articles were about animals. So it’s only fitting that Phil’s first book is about animals and the connections we share. From Phil’s first high school job to present, he’s spent his career working with clients, explaining complex ideas in an easy to understand manner. Phil enjoys using his talents to make a positive difference and all the things he learns along the way. In addition Phil enjoys exploring the world and sharing those adventures via writing, photography, and videography. We are all connected and sharing our stories just brings people closer. Phil’s credits include, multiple I.T. certifications, account management, Reiki master, photographer, author of two blogs, writes a travel column for work, co-hosts a local television show, and whatever else he can get into.

My thoughts: This was a really quick read that really made me think along the way of my own behaviours and those around me. It really made me realize that yes we can look at animal behaviour and see that humans do respond similarly to animals. We should look at animals and realize we for the most part make a lot of the stress and bad situations worse with how we respond to the situation. Do we need to lash back when someone is poking to get us to respond? or how about no giving that quick lash back and walk away until we can talk. I know some people like to "push" responders and that only makes the responder super stressed over the situations. Just like with the cats in this book. Instead take a deep breathe and respond calming and walk away. This was a great book to really make you think more concisely about our own behaviours and reactions. I give this a 4 out of 5.

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  1. Start each new day fresh. You can't change what happened yesterday you can only start again today.

  2. Amy Green3:22 AM

    Be patient.

  3. Live each day as it comes. Don't look back. Don't look forward.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

  4. Anonymous11:26 AM

    be thankful for what you have


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