Do you find yourself "overthinking"? Before I read this wonderful book by Anne Bogel, I thought I wasn't really much of an over-thinker, but I still found myself in its pages. In this easy to read book, Anne points out many ways we all overthink - worrying, decision fatigue, and second guessing ourselves, just to name a few of the many she addresses. Turns out most of us spend unproductive mental energy on issues that don't deserve it. Anne not only points out the myriad ways to overthink, but she gives many practical solutions for each type. The solutions are easy to implement and will help free up our minds (and our lives) for more important and enjoyable matters. I appreciated how this book brought all of the "overthinking" issues together in one place, and that the author spent just enough time on each one - giving an explanation and then many possible solutions which made it easy find the one that made the most sense for me. (Sometimes I feel like self-help books are heavy on the "explaining what is wrong with you" part, and light on the "what to do instead" part. Not so with this book.) If you are even a little bit of an over-thinker, you will find something in this book's pages that will make this read worth it to you.