Posted by / Friday, November 22, 2013 / 1 Comment /

The Happiness Project

Mister is in his bouncy seat which usually gets me about ten minutes so this will be quick. I know I'm super late to this book but a friend just gave it to me and I'm really into it! Reading, just like getting out this blog post, with a baby is pretty close to impossible as all my free time seems to be pushed to days end, and by that time my eyes close and head hits the pillow, done. I do miss reading and recently discovered the magic of audio books! I now "read" on the go during my daily walks with our dog Jack and Brian in his stroller.  I've been walking a lot lately but found by the 30 minute mark I was dreadfully bored but not anymore! I love my walks and look forward to getting out the door to "read on".

Onto the book:

For the first time in my life I can say I feel completely whole. I have everything I could ever want or need and am grateful every single day, I wish I could freeze time, it's pretty amazing. The Happiness Project is proving to be a great read regardless of where you are in your life. If you're in a slump, it can certainly steer you to leading a happier existence and brighter days by trying out your own happiness project, and if you're feeling completely happy, it's teachings are great tool to have in your back pocket for when times get tough. I'm enjoying listening to this woman's Happiness Project and the facts about what makes us all happy are so interesting.


I'm in the middle of it so can't give a full review but thought I'd share what's keeping me smiling on my walks with Mister :)


1 comment:

  1. I actually just finished it recently. Agree with your assessment thus far!
    xo Elisabeth
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