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Das Happiness Projekt - Gretchen Rubin
Das Happiness Projekt
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 9783104009193
Publisher: Fischer
Pages no: 384
Edition language: Deutsch
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Freda's Voice
Freda's Voice rated it
3.5 The Happiness Project by Gretchin Rubin
Well then...I wanted more from this book. I don't know, maybe I thought it was more self-help than memoir. I still enjoyed it though, just differently than I thought I would.I read through Gretchin's personal journey to happiness. She researched and put things to use that she learned, all in the nam...
Moonlight Reader
Moonlight Reader rated it
3.5 What makes Gretchen happy
This book was everywhere a few years ago. This wasn't a scribd book - I actually own it. I bought it a while back when my wonderful husband was having a bit of a life crisis and I thought that maybe it would provide me with some insight so I could help him through. His life crisis has passed, and I ...
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge rated it
2.5 The Happiness Project
I'm most of the way through this book and will probably finish it. I've enjoyed parts but there's a lot of fluff in between the enjoyable bits. Also Rubin has used the word q***r twice already. This book was written in 2009. Use a different word (strange works nicely). There's so much overlap be...
Josiehime
Josiehime rated it
Did not finish this one, and I feel kinda bad about that. I really gave it the best chance I could. I was excited when I started reading it, but I had serious trouble relating to or liking the author. So I let it expire on my library download without really pushing myself to make it to the end. Mayb...
Lit Lovers Lane
Lit Lovers Lane rated it
5.0 The Happiness Project: Or, Why I Spent a Year Trying to Sing in the Morning, Clean My Closets, Fight Right, Read Aristotle, and Generally Have More Fun
The non-fiction stunt genre. Before I read this book, I’d never heard this term, which refers to the wave of new authors who undertake an activity for a period of time and then chronicle the process. The name lends a somewhat unsavory whiff to this literature...indeed many would die rather than call...
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