21 Ways of Being Happy Book Review

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Loved the conversational tone of the book. The author writes quite lucidly. She knows what she is talking about, and most of the things pop out right from her personal experience baggage. Her stories make the book fun to read. Also, they relate to us profusely.

Her 21 ways are all proven methods, so you will find in a lot of self-help books penned in a similar genre. But what makes “21 Ways of Being Happy” different than the rest is its effortless flair to make you comprehend what ways to follow to get there.

For me, extraordinary quotes by Rumi and Thich Nhat Hanh were quite frankly enough. They sent me spiraling into a whirlwind of thoughts. I loved finding out the author to be a powerhouse of knowledge. She is very practical in her insight, measures every single habit by tacking it against time. She knows why do we feel a certain way, explains it by unspooling our upbringing, which I think is the primal cause of most of the problems in our lives. Reading her makes me want to meet her in person, and get consulted myself.

I can’t thank the author enough to have written something so beautiful and helpful. Would love to work on some of the easy methods mentioned in the book. After all happy is what I seek.

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