This is a book guiding you to find happiness step-by-step
Each month it sets a goal telling you how to acquire yourself happiness
The author not only quoted from studies that you might find helpful but excerpts from her blog what readers think as to some questions.
It's quite a good book that helps you be more mindful of being happier.
Do good,feel good. Being happy requires consistent effort.
The kind of book you can expect from an American, pragmatist and efficiency-oriented approach to happiness. Plus, all the hateful and enviable successes of a person who really takes her job (the job of being happier) very seriously. Overfilled with "studies suggest that..." sentences, but not devoid of good quotes and references....Continua
Besides, it also provided some very insightful and useful tips that people could try.
Even if you're not going to start a happiness project yourself, It's a good read.
A good reference for those who have difficulty in search of happiness.
I tend to classify books by where I read them. The Happiness Project is a book I read when I commute. Here is my favourite quote- Children laugh about 400 times a day, how about you? Sharing The hidden power of smiling. :D. http://www.ted.com/talks/ron_gutman_the_hidden_power_of_smiling/transcript?language=en...Continua