Paleo Smarter, Not Harder
When I first heard that Darryl Edwards was releasing an audio version of his best selling book Paleo A to Z, I have to admit I was somewhat skeptical. I received a paperback copy of the book when it was first released and found it to be an invaluable resource for everything Paleo. I tried to think of the most random terms I could–both basic and advanced–with regards to the Paleo lifestyle and then flipped to where it should be in the book to see if it was there. Darryl was one step ahead of me. Everything was included. I was also surprised to find myself learning a few things. After living a Paleo lifestyle for seven years, there isn’t much I haven’t encountered and I must say I was pleasantly surprised to have such a valuable resource in my hands.
The book is laid out like a dictionary. I’ve never once thought about listening to the dictionary so I wasn’t sure what I was going to think when I downloaded Paleo A to Z on Audible and pressed play. I let it play in the background as I went about my chores.
It was somewhat like experiencing guided hypnosis. Things I already knew were being reinforced, information I had forgotten was resurfacing and entries I had skipped in the paperback version of the book were presented to me, giving me a chance to learn something new. I’m very tactile and figure I will always need an actual book to flip through for research purposes, but I’m grateful for the opportunity to be able to learn while driving or otherwise occupied. There is a Kindle version for those of you wanting to search for keywords but for those of you just wanting to learn, download a copy of Paleo A to Z on Audible and let it permeate your cells as you go about your business.