The Art of Routine: Discover How Routineology Can Transform Your Life

Skyhorse. May 2021. 192p. ISBN 9781510764552. $19.99. SELF-HELP
Iscovich, an MD trained in emergency medicine, posits that practicing routine can help people live longer and better. He describes how COVID-19 has changed lifestyles in the States, and how “upsetment” of daily routines has affected the nation’s mental and emotional health. He and coauthors Garner and Ashley are scattered in their presentation, but they make the argument that establishing routines can infuse one’s life with stability and purpose. This guide offers principles for maintaining order amidst chaos and creating structure to remain calm and mindful.
VERDICT This title has a lot to say under the “routineology” umbrella. As a result, it lacks a clear theme. Readers might benefit by picking and choosing relevant passages.
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