In Field Guide to Happiness for Women, the author of Field Guide to Happiness and the best-selling 14, 000 Things to be Happy About at long last gives women the easy-to-use, interesting tools they need to make happiness a simple, pleasant choicearather than an elusive goal achievable only through a tedious process while raising children, pursuing careers, caring for older parents, and saving for retirement. The bookas 200 short-short chapters address practically every aspect of lifeafrom food and exercise to ways of thinking, simplifying, and taking action; meditation and spiritual pursuits; and gratitude and kindness. Whether during a precious break at home or a moment of peace in a parking lot, this book, accompanied by 100 charming and delightful illustrations, can be absorbed quickly by any woman for whom the thought of having to plod through yet another dense tome about fitness, or style, or whatever is, indeed, quite the opposite of happiness. Just a few of the 200 topics in Field Guide to Happiness for Women Eat Quality Food Walk More Lighten Up Stop Comparing Discover Yoga Do Things Now Simplifying Play Journaling Gardening or Other Digging Dealing with Teenagers760a}. (you. (gee. (when. Just as it helps to become more aware of yourself, it is also helpful to become more aware ofothers. How do you see others? (Not their physical aspects, but whata#39;s on the inside.) The more genuinely you can see otheranbsp;...
|Title||:||Field Guide to Happiness for Women|
|Author||:||Barbara Ann Kipfer|
|Publisher||:||Globe Pequot - 2009-03-03|