Do you have fun with your own life?
How often do you really pay attention and choose things to improve your day?
In 365 Days of Happiness, bestselling author, holistic practitioner, and mindfulness teacher Jacqueline Pirtle has created daily inspirations that help you mindfully work towards living a more vivid experience of daily happiness. Showing that you can put in work to change your life while having fun, the practices are full of whimsy and delight.
Reading and practicing the bestseller 365 Days of Happiness will help you to BE and live happy anywhere at anytime––no matter your circumstances.
- You get daily practice in "feeling good," creating health, celebrating joy
- You gain deep understanding of your inner self
- You master how to live a wonderful and mindfully happy life
- Available as paperback, e-book, mobile app––apple, android, and can be supplemented with its Self-Study-Program at freakyhealer.com
Through light, bubbly, cheerful passages, each day teaches you to find happiness, use those sour lemons, and shift yourself into a “high for life” frequency where you can reach happiness anywhere at any time.
"Pirtle's joy for life is clearly evident here, and it makes readers want to follow her advice."-RED CITY REVIEW
365 Days of Happiness
★★★★★ We could all use more reminders that life is meant to be enjoyed, right? In her daily devotional entitled '365 Days of Happiness,' Jacqueline Pirtle shows readers how they can take just a few moments out of their routine to completely change their perspective. Happiness is fleeting, acknowledges Pirtle, which means we need to constantly refocus ourselves and make sure that we are making room for positive energy and experiences while getting rid of the negative. She highlights one task each day that will help people to better channel happiness, ranging from visualization exercises, to list-making, to simply practicing gratitude for the good things we have in life.
Pirtle's joy for life is clearly evident here, and it makes readers want to follow her advice. If the author has such a healthy outlook, then doesn't it mean that we should take a literal page out of her book and try it for ourselves? The thing about self-help texts like this one is that much of the material they contain is all advice we've heard before--but for one reason or another, we have chosen to ignore it. Pirtle sifts through the practical and the impractical to gather together only the most manageable techniques for channeling happiness. Her advice also seems tailor-made to encourage readers to slow down and appreciate the small beautiful moments that occur around us every day. Nothing pure or perfect can stay with us forever, but that makes the art of seeking positivity all the more important.
Thank you for the daily words of inspiration. I will continue to BE in my "high for life" frequency. Anyone wanting Happiness should read this book.
I've always felt that having a book like this, something that gives you that little extra dose of sun light, each day was essential in my life. This one, "365 Days of Happiness," is the one that speaks best for me, based on my mindset, of life in the physical realm. it's so important to have, light workers, like Jacqueline, to remind us that, happiness is readily available to all of us, if we just , first look inside ourselves, and, then look around us, with an open mind, and, clear vision.
My wife, she recently lost her father. That sort of grief can impact your life for quite awhile and in ways you can't predict. I am just no good at saying the things that help with grief, so I started reading to her a day here and there from this book to help her focus on the positive around her. The book is written much like a journal; each day is a new insight or thought exercise to help you recognize the positive that exists even on bad days. This format lends itself well to marathon reading, or just reading one chapter every day for a shot of thoughtfulness. I find the book is useful to me and my wife in this way, rather than racing through the book it works for us better in doses; something to consider and process each day and make our own. The very fact that this book is a celebration of happiness and focusing on finding the happiness that already exists around everyone has helped my wife cope over the last few months better than any words I could share. As for me, I'm a happy guy but I'll admit that this book has helped me as well by giving me new points of view to consider and giving me the words to express myself better with regards to being, and finding, happiness.
I love how it draws our attention to the beauty of everyday life, and how it encourages us to find bliss in the things we encounter every day. What a beautiful daily read to help us shift our mindset and to embrace whatever comes our way.
Jacqueline truly knows how to paint the picture of taking you to your happy place. I highly recommend you purchase this book if you want to truly experience what being happy is all about.