Offerman’s first book is a humorous, yet earnest guide to living a fulfilling life. He covers everything from choosing the right spouse and developing an interesting hobby, to more eccentric topics like how to dress like a man and bury your own dead. Paddle Your Own Canoe offers readers plenty of advice on how they can improve their lives – even if they only take away one or two actionable items from the book.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for people who want to live a more fulfilling life. Nick Offerman shares his tips and advice on how to do just that, ranging from the mundane (how to choose the right spouse) to the more eccentric (how to bury your own dead). Even if readers only take away one or two actionable items from Paddle Your Own Canoe, it will be well worth their time.
- Offerman’s advice is honest and practical
- The book is funny, but it also contains a lot of helpful information
- Offerman has a unique perspective that readers are sure to enjoy
- The author can be repetitive at times
- The book is not particularly well edited
- Offerman’s sense of humor may not appeal to everyone
Learn more about the author
Nick Offerman is an actor, humorist and woodworker best known for his role as Ron Swanson on the TV show “Parks and Recreation.” He also starred in the films “We’re the Millers” and “The Lego Movie.” A native of Illinois, he now lives in Los Angeles. Offerman began his professional career as a theater actor in Chicago, appearing with the Steppen.
“The world would be a much better place if everyone read Nick Offerman’s Paddle Your Own Canoe. This book is jammed packed with witty advice that is actually helpful.”
“Hilarious and full of helpful advice, Nick Offerman’s Paddle Your Own Canoe is a must-read for anyone looking to improve their life.”
“If you want to live a happy and fulfilling life, then Nick Offerman is the man to show you how. This book is crammed with great advice on everything from developing hobbies to choosing the right spouse – all delivered in his typical amusing style.”
“Nick Offerman has written a book that is both funny and full of common sense wisdom. I particularly enjoyed his insights on how to find (and be) contentment in everyday life.”