It's probably safe to say we all want to be happy. Author Gretchen Rubin is no different, and she wrote The Happiness Project, a book that spent more than two years on The New York Times bestseller list, to chronicle her attempts at living a happier life. Rubin admits that she wasn't unhappy, per se—she just believed each day could be a little bit lighter, a little bit more fun.
Rubin's experiment extended over the course of a year. She began in January, and used each month to focus specifically on one area of her life: Vitality (Boost Energy), Marriage (Remember Love), Work (Aim Higher), Parenthood (Lighten Up), Leisure (Be Serious About Play), Friendship (Make Time for Friends), Money (Buy Some Happiness), Eternity (Contemplate the Heavens), Books (Pursue a Passion), Mindfulness (Pay Attention), and Attitude (Keep a Contented Heart). December was focused on happineThe ss in general, where she applied “Boot Camp Perfect” and incorporated everything she'd done throughout the last 11 months.
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