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52 Lists for Happiness: Weekly Journaling Inspiration for Positivity, Balance, and Joy Diary – September 20, 2016
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About the Author
Moorea Seal is a Seattle-based retailer, designer, author, and online curator. Through her fashion and lifestyle brand, also named Moorea Seal, she gives back 7 percent of all proceeds to nonprofits.
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The 52 Lists for Happiness is even better than the first book. I have to wonder if Ms. Seal consulted peer-reviewed research on the subject of gratitude journals (evidence based for enhanced well-being in many populations). These lists also include suggestions for acting on what makes us happy, and putting positive action to positive thought is almost always a good thing. I highly recommend it for yourself, and for gift-giving.
* appealing and sturdy cover
* positive focus on happiness - any time we are thinking about happiness and what makes us happy, we are not worrying or entertaining negative thoughts. It's better for our mental and physical health. Some believe what we think about, we attract into our lives. So, this book encourages and supports habits to think happy!
* a year of weekly journaling inspiration divided into 52 lists - do a list a week and add to it daily, spend time pondering it
* action prompt at the end of each list - you can take action and change your life based upon the list
* lists prompt self-discovery and fun activities
* option to join others via hashtag #52HappyLists regarding their list project
* these lists could be a resource for a classroom, creative writing class, or support group
* lots of room to write on lined paper with two pages for each list
* makes for a thoughtful gift
* soft deep red velvet ribbon to mark where you are
The list book is divided into four sections: reflect, acknowledge, invest and transform. This would be great for seasons of the year. Then under each of these themes are list topics.
Some of my favorites list topics under Reflect: list the things you are really good at; list the best choices you have made in your life so far; list the greatest compliments and encouragement you have been given; list the things you like to do that don't involve technology
List topics I like under Acknowledge: list the simple ways you enjoy being kind to others; list the times when you felt like you made a difference in someone else's life; list the best opportunities that others have given you throughout your life; list the things about yourself you don't need to change.
List topics I like under Invest: list the compliments you want to give to others; list the things you're curious about; list the happiest and funniest stories you've heard lately
List topics I like under Transform: list some images that make you happy; list the things, people and experiences you want to say yes to; list one achievement big or small, every day this week.
So, that gives you an idea of the kinds of list topics included. Of course, you'll find your own which especially appeal to you. One can see how these topics are going to reveal patterns of activities, people, things which make you happy and by doing the lists you will find more ways to include these in your life.