Who Moved My Cheese? – Book #11

My eleventh book of the year was “Who Moved My Cheese?” By: Spencer Johnson, M.D. My Dad had this book on his living room book shelf. From the moment I read the title I had to read it! I borrowed it a couple of weeks ago but didn’t have a chance to read it until recently because of finals. Now that I have had a chance to give it my undivided attention I can honestly say that everyone should read this book! The book is about four characters in a maze. Two mice and two people the size of mice. One day they all run out of cheese. The mice notice they are running low but the people don’t see it until it’s too late. The whole rest of the book centers on how different personalities deal with change and the importance of being proactive. There are so many life lessons that are relevant to everyone such as “What would you do if you weren’t afraid?” and “When you move beyond your fear, you feel free.” Take my advice and read this small but inspiring book!


About Been There with Kids

Wife, Mother of 2, expecting another in June 2016, RN, Traveler, writer at Been There with Kids Loves family travel, the beach, dogs, reading, photography, friendly people, Netflix, Friends, cooking, wine, hiking, and hanging out with my kids Amazed by the Ordinary, Floored by the Extraordinary!
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