Watch this great book trailer on Happier at Home:
When I began reading, I felt it was slow to get into but the farther I got into it, the more I liked it. I found Happier at Home to be encouraging, uplifting, and motivating to get me to find my own happiness in the things around me. It was a great reminder to pay attention to the small things in life, the little things you tend to look past and forget about. Since I've finished reading Happier at Home, I have made it a habit to see the beauty in things I see daily. The leaves on the trees, how beautiful they are when they fall...the splash of colors I've added here and there in our home, and just the little touches of each of us as a family that I see, make me happy. I plan an eventually doing some sort of a happiness project in my own home or keeping a journal of the things that make me happy. Once I neared the end, I felt that the book was incomplete and more needed to be written for the end, but other then that, the book was a great read that I'm sure you will find it inspirational as I have :)
*This review is made possible by the Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing Group via Blogging for Books,
by providing me a copy of the book in exchange for my honest review. All opinions my own.