Happier at Home: How I Learned to Pay Attention, Cram My Day with What I Love, Hold More Tightly, Embrace Here, and Remember Now
Publish date: December 31st 2013
Publisher: Three Rivers Press
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
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, Self Help
, Personal Development
Written in an engaging and easy to read style, I still felt that much of this was just plain ol' common sense. How to be happier at home by sections, show more affection to those you live with, spend some time each day doing something you love, show interest in others personal interests, etc. See c...
I didn't like this book as much as the first. Not much was new, and Rubin's failure to account for race, class and gender in her analysis of happiness made for a boring read. I did like some of the suggestions - scheduling fifteen minutes a day to do something unpleasant, for example - but this is d...
Fortunately I ended up enjoying this just as much as "The Happiness Project". I had wondered how much new stuff there would be to write on the subject, but I actually thought she managed quite nicely, and there were even some things I preferred about this book compared to THP (of course there were a...
I didn't like this as much as The Happiness Project, probably because it is so similar. It's a nice boost of inspiration, though, and I enjoyed it.
It felt redundant to the original book. While I still enjoyed parts of it, it felt a re-tread and an opportunity to make more sales without covering new ground.
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