Are you happy? If the answer is yes, enjoy it. If it’s a no, relax, and be patient. It will return. Happiness comes and goes. The Little Book of Happiness explains how to search for, and enjoy, this sometimes elusive state. This essential guide is packed full of mindful wisdom and practical tips to show you how to smile, relax and find a happier path.
What is happiness? What can we do to be happier? Why does happiness matter? In this beautifully illustrated little book, leading Positive Psychologist Miriam Akhtar introduces us to the key ingredients of a well-lived and fulfilling life. Drawing on her expert knowledge of the Science of Happiness, the author shares 12 evidence-based Happiness Habits and the key practices that will help us obtain and sustain happiness in our daily lives - such as connecting with others, feeling gratitude, spending time in nature, being mindful, savouring the moment and practising positive emotion. Bursting with practical, accessible tools and easy-to-follow exercises, this little book offers readers invaluable advice on how to create the best conditions for a happy life, well lived.
We all want to be happy, but sometimes the hurly-burly of daily life leads our delight levels to sink a little. But don't worry! This joyful little book is packed with inspiring quotations and simple, easy-to-follow tips that will help you unwind, relax and greet life with a smile again instead of a frown.
Standard way of thinking holds that on the off chance that we buckle down we will be more fruitful, and on the off chance that we are more effective, then we'll be cheerful. In the event that we can simply find that incredible employment, win that next advancement, lose those five pounds, joy will take after. Yet, late disclosures in the field of positive brain research have demonstrated that this equation is backward: Happiness powers achievement, not a different way. When we are sure, our brains turn out to be more drawn in, inventive, spurred, vigorous, strong, and profitable at work. This isn't only an empty mantra. This disclosure has been over and again borne out by thorough exploration in brain science and neuroscience, administration studies, and the primary concerns of associations around the world. A must-read for everyone trying to excel in a world of increasing workloads, stress, and negativity, The Little Book of Happiness isn't only about how to become happier at work. It's about how to reap the benefits of a happier and more positive mind-set to achieve the extraordinary in our daily routine and in our lives.
Little changes can make a big difference, especially when it comes to your everyday wellbeing. So put a spring back into your step with Cath Kidston: The Little Book of Health and Happiness, which includes everything from the perfect feel-good gym kit to keep you motivated, to practical but oh-so-cute accessories for all your adventures. Whether you want to set health and fitness goals, feel more fulfilled, or you're looking to up your happiness quota, everything you need is right here. Each page is packed with practical advice and motivation, combined with a selection of our popular, pretty prints. Dip in for encouragement and a daily insights, or read it all in one go to unleash a happier and healthier you.
Brighten someone's day with this beautiful book and greeting card in one, filled with inspirational words of happiness and exquisite photographs of cats and kittens. Combine your own special message along with the uplifting words of others, to bring a smile to someone's face and create fond memories each time they open it. A delightful gift, The Little Book Of Happiness is a treasured keepsake for years to come.
One of the great purposes of life is to be happy. If you're one of the millions of people searching for happiness, stop chasing your tail - it's already here. Right here, right now. You just need the tools to access it. In this empowering little book, Bernadette Fisers shares her practical steps to a joyful life that you can start straight away. From living in the moment and moving your body, to getting out into nature and embracing failure, these are real tips for real people that anyone can embrace. In an hour, you'll be on your way to a happier you.
The bluebird has long been considered a symbol of happiness and a messenger of joy and contentment. . . . It is my hope that this book, like the bluebird's song of happiness, will bring cheer and joy to your life. --Vicky Howard, introduction * Vicky Howard's collection of antique bird art--nearly all pieces over 100 years old--is used here to adorn her lovely message about what is really important in our pursuit of happiness. Vicky Howard is a successful and recognizable name in the gift market. Using art from her private collection of vintage postcards, Howard presents avian images alongside positive-minded quotes from the early 1900s. While the creative elements of this book recall an early era, the art remains vivid and the words decidedly relevant: * You cannot always have happiness, but you can give happiness. --Proverb * The art of being happy lies in the power of extracting happiness from common things. --Henry Ward Beecher
This rare collection of time-honored wisdom gently guides, inspires, and opens us to life as it is meant to be, even in its ups and downs—joyous, peaceful, and prosperous. Chris Prentiss spent forty years searching for the world’s secrets that for thousands of years have brought people success, prosperity, and deep-down, soul-drenching happiness. The Little Book of Secrets: Gentle Wisdom for Joyful Living is the result of his quest. This delightful book shares 81 precious sayings distilled from the world’s ancient wisdom along with the author’s own perceptive comments. Both will help you find insight, peace, and guidance in our busy, modern world. These elegant principles for enlightened living cover everything from creating enduring relationships to achieving a quiet and contented heart to the best way to face conflict, loss, and danger. “Following the path of the secrets,” says Chris Prentiss, “has brought me and others to whom I have revealed the secrets all the good things we mo