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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.
I've hesitated to write a 1 star review of this book, chalking up my aversion to the grey area memoir/self-help book as "different strokes for different folks", but after... Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Erin M Stringham
Don't bother. Really and truly. Totally self-indulgent and v v annoying-totally obvious information here and things I did anyway, for example tell my husband that I love him. Read morePublished 7 hours ago by MR T E M Houghton
The author herself calls this memoir genre 'stunt non-fiction.' They've been abundant in recent years. Their authors spend a year doing something noteworthy and writing about it. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Paula Vince
Its a thought provoking book that makes you realize that more happiness can happen with pretty simple things.Published 1 day ago by KAL
This is 2 reviews in one. The book--chock full of well & widely researched facts told in a readable, meaningful, narrative style that keeps it fresh & engaging, not densely... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Reader
First review I have ever written... I hate doing this but felt like I must. Let me see poor Gretchen handsome husband, great job, healthy kids, financially secure.... Read morePublished 7 days ago by gh
I really enjoyed this book. I tend toward letting things happen and this makes me wonder how I could change to be happier.Published 8 days ago by JoDee Lymburner