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I found this book a very enjoyable and informative read.
I can't say that I liked the book, because happiness doesn't seem like something you can make a project out of and especially in all the areas she tried.
The Happiness project was exciting to read about how I will make changes to my life to make it better.
I am really enjoying this book. Just the section on different kinds of clutter had me amused.Published 1 day ago by Sandra Scott
I borrowed the book from a friend of mine who insisted that I should read it. The moment I started I knew I should buy and have my own book and start my own happiness project. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Vanessa Heller
Her writing style takes some getting used to. I personally didn't like all the details about her family, but I realize this is mostly a diary made by the author.Published 9 days ago by Jenni Reilly
I thought this was a very interesting book, and Gretchen Rubin did an amazing job of explaining her day to day experience with her happiness project. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Laura B
I enjoyed this book very much. I appreciate the Rubin acknowledges that her life is good but that she can be happier - in the sense that she can be more productive and grateful for... Read morePublished 13 days ago by C. McKean
It is distinctly human to want to find happiness in some way, shape, or form. It is, perhaps, the noblest quest, and it’s often one that ends in failure. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Mike