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text 2020-06-20 18:07
3 Best Ways to be Happy

Happiness varies for everyone. May happiness be peace for you. This is true, only peace leads to a happy life, but how to make peace in life, etc. Questions keep circulating in the mind, which is very important to find a solution.

 

Living a happier, more contented life, despite its version of true happiness, is out of reach for most people. But by making some changes in your regular habits, it can help get you there.

 

Good habits are very deep, which is a little difficult to follow. But it can be made better by incorporating positive habits in your routine.

 

Some habits cause stress that does not fit your lifestyle, so try to leave them, one day it will surely come. When you will be enjoying a happy life.

 

Ways to be happy life that will give some strategy to boost your happy feelings forever. So, keep it in mind and try to be happy. 

 

  1. Meditation

 

There are many ways to meditate, find out what is simple and worthy, and meditate according to the time. It is a process that establishes a happy life. One thing, there is nothing simple in this life, we have to struggle to make it simple.

 

Do not complicate meditation, try to be free from your own thoughts for only 5 minutes. It can be enough for your physical peace, which will bring happiness to your body.

 

  1. Enjoy Nature

 

Spending 30 minutes or more a week in green areas helps in blood pressure and depression, which has to be done to get rid of unnecessary aspects.

 

Nature plays an important role in relieving natural problems. It introduces a scene that is unique. After seeing it, the person forgets all his stress. Knowledgeable people believe that a natural view proves to be most useful for feeling happy.

 

  1. Spend more time with people close to you

 

Social time is very valuable, it proves to be the best for improving our happiness. Numerous studies have found that we feel very happy at the time spent with friends and family.

 

Sharing happiness often brings happiness. Therefore, the more time you spend with your relative, the more chances of being happy increases.

 

Reference: Happy life

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review 2020-06-03 12:56
I'm sorry, I struggled!
 Forever (Always & Forever Book 2) Kindle Edition - Kindle Alexander
*verified purchase April 2020* I loved Always, and I waited for so long for this, the followup, so very long. And I struggled. It took me 2 months to read this, I had to read a little bit at a time, because I found it such hard work and I have no flipping idea WHY! It is a lovely story, I did love the feathers thing. Both Robert and Landon have their say. I just . . . don't know! I did finish it though, so . . 3 stars **same worded review will appear elsewhere**

 

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text 2020-05-20 03:30
Free in the US, May 17-22: Black Widow: Forever Red by Margaret Stohl

If you live in the US and you're interested in Black Widow, you might want to grab this while it's free.

 

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review 2020-05-08 07:03
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 Forever (Always & Forever Book 2) Kindle Edition - Kindle Alexander

This is book # 2 in the Always & Forever series.  This book can be read as a standalone novel.  To enjoy the series, and to avoid spoilers, I recommend reading this series in order.

 

Landon made some foolish mistakes.  Not wanting to make any more of them he is trying to be a friend to the good doctor who reads with him.  In return he ends up falling for the sexy doc who seems to have the same taste in books.

 

Robert cannot believe how soothing this patient is to be with.  Enjoying books is one thing, but just talking to him is a comfort in ways he cannot put into words.  Finding more in common with the sexy military man, he may just want more than he can have.

 

This series continues with another sexy story that makes my heart tumble as I use every spare moment to read this one.  At the last page I was truly sad to say goodbye to these very much in love characters.  I enjoyed reading about their goals and accomplishments. Another great read! I give this book a 5/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

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review 2020-04-21 12:08
Review: All The Forever Things
All the Forever Things - Jolene Perry

I received a copy from Netgalley.

 

I came across this one in my Netgalley TBR from a few years back and started reading it, not remembering anything about what it was about or why I had requested it. I think it must have appealed to the ‘Six Feet Under’ fan in me.

 

The main character Gabe (short for Gabriella) parents’ own a funeral home in a small town, she lives there with her younger sister, has an eccentric aunt, a BFF and a love of all things vintage. One boy made a joke about her being Wednesday Addams so she makes a point of making herself look like Wednesday (which made me like her even more). The novel starts with Gabe and her BFF paired for a school project with ultra popular guy Bryce and cool new guy Hartman. Bryce was the one who for years compared Gabe Wednesday Addams and also nicknamed her Graveyard Gabby which has stuck with her. He also ruined her first kiss with a boy she really liked. So Gabe is less than thrilled.

 

Even worse when her BFF Bree starts to click with Bryce and before long they’re dating. Gabe is mortified, and understandably so. She’s struggling to adjust when she’s so used to having Bree to herself, and this the jerk who made her an outcast. So naturally it’s completely logical that she wouldn’t be thrilled. Yet she’s willing to at least try for her friend’s sake. It’s not easy. Having been in a similar position personally, when a friend you’ve had for years starts ignoring you for someone else – it’s not easy. So Gabe’s reactions and ways of handling this felt very authentic and believable.

 

She’s grumpy and annoyed, especially when Bree starts ignoring her texts and calls, ditching her to hang out with Bryce and his popular friends and their girlfriends who both Bree and Gabe have always dismissed as airheads. Bree’s family situation is complex, and it doesn’t help that Gabe is moaning about her own responsibilities. She does some work in the family business and has to pick up her sister from the eccentric aunt. Normal things. Yet she doesn’t understand why Bree gets mad when she whines about it.

 

While Bree certainly wasn’t a favourite, or even that memorable of a character, you can empathise with her, especially with her miserable home life. Parents are MIA, separated and with little interest in her, so she lives with an elderly grandmother who suffers from Alzheimer’s. Grandma barely seems to know what planet she’s on. She’s got a hot new boyfriend and the popular girls aren’t so bad after all once you get to know them and her only other friend seems determined to hold a grudge and whines about stupid things and doesn’t seem to appreciate how lucky she is.

 

 At least for Gabe, the cool new guy starts paying more attention, and they start forming a tentative friendship with the potential for something more. Hartman seems like a nice enough guy, he has plenty of baggage and drama of his own. Then everything comes to a dramatic point on prom night. Gabe is talked into taking Bree, Bryce, and their friends in the family hearse. The group head off for an after party. Gabe has gone with Hartman as her date, and while the others want to explore some abandoned building, Gabe and Hartman wander off together. There’s a tragic accident.

 

And everything changes.  The event has a major effect on Bree who goes AWOL. Rattled with grief and guilt Gabe realises she has to put aside her grudges and prejudices and do whatever she has to to find her missing friend. Which means reaching out to some of the other girls who were there that night. There’s a touching sense of togetherness as the group come together to deal with the incident and Gabe realises that Bree might have been right after all – these girls and even the boys aren’t so bad after all. They’re just people. Like them, with flaws, complex emotions. Coming together in a difficult time forms new bonds which lead to new friendships and a whole change on life’s perspectives for Gabe.  There’s positive changes for Bree as well. The novel concludes in a believable way, without being overly emotional or dramatic.

 

It’s a well written, enjoyable book, and the characters are easy to understand and identify with.

 

Thank you to Netgalley and Albert Whitman & Company for approving my request to view the title.

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