365 Days of Happiness book review ALERT!
Thank you so much Nia Griffiths for your great review and your thorough-ness. I appreciate it super-much!
…As Jacqueline says: “Imagine that you are a bee, living your new day, jumping from happiness to happiness. Every jump you take, some happiness sticks on your being, like pollen on the bee. It adds up, resulting in your becoming happier and happier.”
…365 Days of Happiness isn’t about trying to simply convince yourself that you’re happy by reading lines off a page. It’s about forming healthy, positive habits and working towards bettering your mindset every single day. Practise makes perfect – and that includes practising happiness.
…it’s hard not to smile at some of the book’s visualisations. From harnessing the warmth and happiness of heart shapes, turning pizza dough into anything you want, and skydiving, Jacqueline encourages you to practise gratitude and appreciation for what you have and what you can do. She encourages you to believe that the sky’s the limit and you can be whatever you want to be!
…Overall, 365 Days of Happiness is a well thought-out, uplifting, journey of mindfulness. It encourages not just positive thinking but improves self-esteem and provides excellent advice for those looking to give their mental health a boost.
…there’s no doubt that this book does exactly what it says on the cover. It’s 365 Days of Happiness.
Read the full review on Nia’s blog!
365 Days of Happiness is a book of 365 affirmations and inspirations (one for each day of the year) all designed to help you live the happiest, mindful, fulfilling life you can.
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