Book of the Month: The Happiness Project

What will 2016 hold? If I knew that, I’d be a millionaire. Like everyone, I hope that good things are up ahead. More than hope though, I can prepare, plan, and cultivate a positive outlook for the new year. That’s why we picked The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin as our first Book of the Month for 2016.

Rubin chronicles her year of doing the things that she’s always wanted or meant to do, including reading Aristotle and organizing her closets. She collected her thoughts in order to inspire others to do the same.

Maybe reading Aristotle or cleaning out your closet doesn’t appeal to you, but that’s O.K. The beauty of a Happiness Project is that it can be tailored to individual tastes. Maybe you’d rather try sky-diving or plant a vegetable garden or read more diversely. It’s up to you. So listen to the book, grab a pen, make a list, and start 2016 out right.


The Happiness Project is 40% off all through January!

Written by

Mark Pearson

Mark Pearson

Mark is a cofounder of Libro.fm. He lives in Seattle where he enjoys running in the rain, playing tennis when the sun makes an appearance, over and undercooking food, and reading The New York Times on paper.

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