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The Happiness Project

Ever feel like there is just too much information out there telling you how to live well and prosper? Feeling overwhelmed by the sheer volume of information and experts all trying to show you how to finally live well and achieve life happiness? Maybe Gretchen Rubin can help. The Happiness Project is a blog where Gretchen shares insight and thoughts gleaned from her year spent studying the best and the worst of happiness and self-improvement theory. She hopes to learn from that experience to offer up the most useful of it, and some valuable insight into the less than stellar.

The Happiness Project – Why You Should Go

Unless you are ready to give up on happiness, and we certainly hope you are not, you may need some help finding the resources that truly work to help you achieve it. Gretchen Rubin, Yale-educated lawyer-turned-accomplished author, spent a year of her life “test-driving every principle, tip, theory, and scientific study I could find, whether from Aristotle or St. Therese or Martin Seligman or Oprah.” Her latest work is a compilation of her experiences in the form of a book, also named The Happiness Project which is due out from Harper Collins in 2009. In it she will “gather these rules for living and report on what works and what doesn‚Äôt.”‚ĶHas the sound of a true guide for living, doesn’t it?
Just to add credit to her name and efforts, know that Gretchen Rubin has been recognized and interviewed by the professional media, including Matt Lauer from The Today Show and Brian Lamb from Booknotes; she’s also been profiled in The New Yorker’s ‘Talk of the Town’, among many others.

Summing Up The Happiness Project

In many ways you can think of Gretchen Rubin’s blog as a sort of sneak-peak at her upcoming book. The blog is, as she describes, a memoir of the year she spent studying happiness in its many forms and reincarnations. In addition Gretchen has offered many resources, including a Happiness Library, Wednesday Tip Day, and her 12 Commandments for Living (simple, yet inspiring). The blog is chock full with material, all of it focusing on the one most important thing in life‚Ķthe personal happiness of every individual! Think what a better place the world would be if we were all happy and got along‚Ķ

Go here to check out The Happiness Project.

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