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  • 1. Audiobook�Download�Free�Online�The�Happiness�Project Listen�The�Happiness�Project�Audiobook�Download�Free�Online.�Get�The�Happiness�Project�Audiobook�to�Download�Free�Online�on your�iPhone,�iPad,�or�Android.�You�Can�Listen�to�Mp3�The�Happiness�Project�Audiobook�on�Play�store�or�itunes LINK�IN�PAGE�4�TO�LISTEN�OR�DOWNLOAD�BOOK
  • 2. The�Happiness�Project Gretchen�Rubin�had�an�epiphany�one�rainy�afternoon�in�the�unlikeliest�of�places:�a�city�bus.�"The�days�are�long,�but the�years�are�short,"�she�realized.�"Time�is�passing,�and�I'm�not�focusing�enough�on�the�things�that�really�matter."�In that�moment,�she�decided�to�dedicate�a�year�to�her�happiness�project. In�this�lively�and�compelling�account�of�that�year,�Rubin�carves�out�her�place�alongside�the�authors�of�bestselling memoirs�such�as�Julie�and�Julia,�The�Year�of�Living�Biblically,�and�Eat,�Pray,�Love.�With�humor�and�insight,�she chronicles�her�adventures�during�the�twelve�months�she�spent�test�driving�the�wisdom�of�the�ages,�current�scientific research,�and�lessons�from�popular�culture�about�how�to�be�happier. Rubin�didn't�have�the�option�to�uproot�herself,�nor�did�she�really�want�to;�instead�she�focused�on�improving�her�life�as it�was.�Each�month�she�tackled�a�new�set�of�resolutions:�give�proofs�of�love,�ask�for�help,�find�more�fun,�keep�a gratitude�notebook,�forget�about�results.�She�immersed�herself�in�principles�set�forth�by�all�manner�of�experts,�from Epicurus�to�Thoreau�to�Oprah�to�Martin�Seligman�to�the�Dalai�Lama�to�see�what�worked�for�her,�and�what�didn't. Her�conclusions�are�sometimes�surprising,�she�finds�that�money�can�buy�happiness,�when�spent�wisely;�that�novelty and�challenge�are�powerful�sources�of�happiness;�that�"treating"�yourself�can�make�you�feel�worse;�that�venting�bad feelings�doesn't�relieve�them;�that�the�very�smallest�of�changes�can�make�the�biggest�difference,�and�they�range from�the�practical�to�the�profound. Written�and�read�with�charm�and�wit,�The�Happiness�Project�is�illuminating�yet�entertaining,�thought�provoking�yet compulsively�readable.�Gretchen�Rubin's�passion�for�her�subject�jumps�off�the�page,�and�reading�just�a�few�chapters of�this�book�will�inspire�you�to�start�your�own�happiness�project.
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