I've been reading An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth for about a month now, and I'm barely halfway through it. It's actually not too long, but I've been struggling to find the time to read it. I'm still going to share it with you because from what I have read it is amazing! I'm not and never have been a fan of non-fiction, especially not when it has to do with space travel. This book is different because while it's full of true information regarding astronauts and space travel, it's also a memoir of the life of Col. Chris Hadfield.
Hadfield uses his book to not only explain to the world what it took for him to become the first Canadian astronaut to walk in space and the strain it caused his family every time he went into space after that, but share what he has learned about life, love, and success. The book contains so many life lessons and words of wisdom that inspire the reader no matter their circumstances. Even if you aren't big on self-help books, An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth is a fun read. I've never done much reading on what it takes to be an astronaut or the process of traveling through space and I can't say that I'm particularly interested in any of that, but Hadfield makes it genuinely interesting and exciting to read about! I've raved and rambled enough for today, I highly recommend you go read this book!