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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.
The idea of examine my life in concrete terms to discover happiness was a total revelation to me. I enjoyed Gretchen's easy to read yet intellectual style and identified with many... Read morePublished 20 hours ago by Janet Hofmeister
The concept is great, I will give her that. But she herself states that this is not original, and I agree. Read morePublished 1 day ago by HP
I found this book very interesting and helpful. I found this book at the most pefect time; I'd just quit my job and decided to relocate! Read morePublished 2 days ago by Fatrice Bragg
I picked this up because it was a popular book for a while so I figured it must be good. I think the idea behind this book is great and there is nothing wrong with Gretchen's... Read morePublished 4 days ago by amdeto
I followed Gretchen on Facebook while she wrote this book so of course I had to buy it. Now it's a huge best seller and has changed many lives for the better. Read morePublished 6 days ago by The Sensible Shopper
This is an easy to read account of how Gretchen looked closely at what and how and when she was doing in her life and then examining what made her feel happy. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Alison Flutey
I found this book to be relatively boring, not rocket science. Things most people already do.Published 8 days ago by Linda Capobianco
While her situations may not apply to you, the ideas behind it are fantastic.Published 8 days ago by Cicely