BOOK REVIEW: Happy Here and Now
by Matt Tracy
ABOUT THE BOOK (from Amazon):
Happiness is a skill that can be learned, not something you’re born with.
Happy Here and Now teaches you that skill, in straightforward language with real-life examples.
Then it shows you how to make happiness a habit in your life.
What brings real happiness is the knowledge that it’s lasting and not a fleeting experience that shows up when something wonderful happens.
Happy Here and Now offers the tools that will make happiness dependable in your life.
Using what you learn in Happy Here and Now You’ll:
- Enjoy the good things in your life more.
- Stop worrying so much and reduce anxiety.
- Tame the mean voices in your head.
You’ll learn how to enjoy life, not fight with It.
In Happy Here and Now You’ll learn:
- 7 simple tricks to improve your relationships.
- How to find the meaning of YOUR life.
- The best method to bring more of what you want into your life.
Happy Here and Now will show you how to have the life you want, filled with good relationships, meaning, and a deep feeling of contentment that isn’t dependent on what may come.
It’ll bring you peace of mind.
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I was a given a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. Here it is…
I think books like this are important for everyone to read from time to time to remind us to live in the moment, practice gratitude, and gain a better perspective on our situations. By doing these things we can recognize that happiness that is already within us and bring it to the surface.
There are definitely some great takeaways in this book. For example:
…when people took the time at the end of the day to think of three good things that happened to them and write them down, happiness increased immediately.
Happy Here and Now is a great reminder of the small things we can do each and every day to achieve more happiness in our lives. For me, however, it wasn’t written in a way that really grasped my attention and made me want to keep going. Toward the end it started feeling like a summary of other books on similar topics.