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I found this book a very enjoyable and informative read.
She nags her husband over problems that are trivial, complains about problems that should be on whitewhine.com, and overall makes herself seem like a spoiled brat.
The Happiness project was exciting to read about how I will make changes to my life to make it better.
Want to be happier? Here's a sure fire recipe. Whether you are a 20something or an 80something Gretchen Rubin will speak to you. Don't miss this one.Published 3 days ago by Lore Scurrah
The book is fantastic with practical advice that can be applied to one's every day life. I have bought copies for my mother and sister as well and my husband is also a fan!Published 3 days ago by LeoraNYC
I really enjoyed this book. There is a lot of food for thought here. The presentation of her research makes for an interesting read.Published 5 days ago by Linda C. Lightsey
For every person who question how to make life better in a "reasonable" way...a great read in which the author pokes fun at her own idiosyncrasies and makes you think about... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Alisha
So critical. Like happiness is a tangible, concrete thing. Good general life advice but otherwise...it didn't make me "happy. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Jessica Solis
Reading this book changed my life, for the better! It helped me realize that I am in control of my own happiness.Published 8 days ago by carlene
I appreciated that this book is a documentation of her journey and the thought process behind that journey rather than a lecture about what the reader 'should' be doing.Published 11 days ago by Roelina Martinez