Book Review: 365 Days Of Happiness by Jacqueline Pirtle

happy365Author, holistic arts practitioner and ‘healing arts teacher-mentor’ Jacqueline Pirtle spent every day of 2017 devoted to her own happiness, writing every day about the things she did to honour her own joy. After recording her year of happiness, from using affirmations and visualisations to making friends with anger and feeling the energies of weather patterns, she put it all into her book 365 Days of Happiness. Whilst the title may seem a little cliche and yet another self help book to be left on the shelf, this book actually provides not just inspiration to be happier every day, but practices and exercises that take just minutes but could really make a big difference to the whole day.

Encouraging a sense of fun, belief in the positive, ideas to turn annoyances into lessons, and simple changes in the way we speak to ourselves and others, Jacqueline Pirtle has managed to make the daunting task of spending a whole year happy seem totally do-able.

There’s no denying Jacqueline Pirtle has an enthusiasm that almost leaps out of each page, and coupled with her authentic and full-on belief in being your best self, her passion is pretty infectious and makes for the pep-talk many of us could probably do with on a Monday morning.

If you or anyone you know would benefit from a bedside book with daily encouragements and ideas for a better mood, 365 Days Of Happiness might just be the key to making this year your happiest year yet! Grab your copy here.   

Note: This book was sent to me for review 

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