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The Happy Hour Effect: Twelve Secrets to Minimize Stress and Maximize Life Paperback – November 12, 2012
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There was some great bonus content with this book as well. You get to log onto her website and enter a code and you can print and review worksheets and summaries of what you learn in each chapter. It made it so much more fun for me to read this because I felt like it was a project for me to work on.
Basically, Kristen explains how to see the positive things in everyday life and how to allow meditation in your life as well as exercise, as both are effective ways to cope with stress and frustration. She basically explains things to you that will make you say "Why Didn't I Think of that?!?!" while relating to her own personal experiences and how practicing these things has worked for her. She makes it much easier to stay organized and to simplify your already organized life with lists and clean habits. I learned so much from this book and was so ecstatic at how she made things so much easier to understand and made it much more realistic to accomplish goals. I especially love the Life Chart that you do in the beginning and I carry mine in my purse with me at all times. It really puts things into perspective, literally!
I highly recommend this book to anyone that has even the smallest stress in their life. You will use the lessons in this book for years and years to come!!!
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If you’re one of the 80% who say their job is the most stressful part of their lives, then this book is for you. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Regina Barr (Inver Grove Heights, MN United States)
Plenty of food for thought and actions on how to reduce the stress in my life. I like the simple hands on action points at the end of each chapter.Published on December 10, 2013 by Jennifer Thurman
I was disappointed. At the end of every chapter, there's a advertisement for another author's book? Did I say I was disappointed?Published on February 21, 2013 by Carol