Happiness is a choice. If we want to be happy there are many reasons to feel warm and lighthearted, sky is the limit. The same thing goes if we want the other way around and to be fair sky is also the limit.
That is why on her critically successful book “The Happiness Project”, Gretchen Rubin defines the many facets of happiness and the steps on achieving real happiness in life.
With her witty and thought-provoking resolutions and splendid truths about happiness, readers are given a clear and concise guide on how to get closer to that pot of gold.
The book is divided into 12 parts which is on a monthly basis guide with each month focusing on one or more happiness factors following other subtopics. From organizing your cluttered room to creating your own blog, the book has everything you need (even answers to your questions!). You will also experience surprising discoveries as you read the book. So I guess you should read it then.
Why is happiness a choice? Because no matter how difficult our life is and how bombarded we are with the endless of problems we encounter, we can always choose to be happy. There’s always a choice: to continue living a life of misery or to make a decision to stay happy despite life’s uncertainties. With this choice is the conviction to follow each steps and resolutions allowing change to happen in your life.
In the end you’ll be inspired to create your own happiness project. Not all happiness projects are the same, so you’ll need to be unique and creative with yours. But if you’re on a rough patch and you only need a reading material for a fresh perspective on “Happiness” this is the best book for you.
You can visit her blog and learn more about the project.