I've come to the point in my life where I could use a little advice on, well, everything.

A friend of mine was telling me about a book she currently finished that she highly recommended to anyone who is willing to give it a try. I for one, in all honesty, don't care too much for reading, nor do I have the time. However, since I'm always on the go, on the road, she suggested checking out the audiobook version of it.

Boy, am I glad I took her advice.

It may not be exactly safe for work and shouldn't be played around children, but if you happen to find some alone time, perhaps during your work commute or just going for a drive, then I highly suggest The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life by blogger and author Mark Manson.

Basically, we all go through stresses in life and may be blind to the fact that WE are the ones to blame. We tend to put our own faults on others first without realizing that the root of the problem or situation just may have derived from your own conscience or life choices.

In a world full of social media and ridiculous expectations, we tend to lose sight of who we really are and who we may have become. It's OK to break the everyday mold society pressures us into becoming. It's OK to take life one day at a time, because all that wide-spread negative noise that buzzes about our mind on the daily can become quite the distraction.

Learning from your mistakes can be one of the best life choices you will make. Once you realize this one of many facts of life, then and only then will you be 99 percent free. I say 99 percent because one of the most misconstrued quotes in life, "Give Zero F's," is as inaccurate is it gets. The book explains that even though you claim to not give a single, well, you know, that emotion or thought or action alone stands for something you give a "hoot" about.

Take my word on this one: I was told that this book or audiobook was well worth the read or listen, and that person couldn't have been more right.

Again, make sure there are no kids around, as it's littered with "F-bombs," but I'll leave you with one of my favorite life sayings that just so happens to mesh well with this book.

In the words of Rocky Balboa:

"It's a very mean and nasty place and I don't care how tough you are it will beat you to your knees and keep you there permanently if you let it. You, me, or nobody is gonna hit as hard as life. But it ain't about how hard ya hit. It's about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward."

Take it as it is or don't, I honestly couldn't care less.

See what I did there?

#Namaste