A cleverly curated collection of scientifically proven tips and tricks to fast-track your way to happiness—right here, right now!
Did you know putting a plant on your desk will boost your productivity? Or that taking smaller sips of coffee over a longer period of time will make you happier than just downing a shot of espresso? These are Happiness Hacks! They’re easy and they work.
Here are hundreds of shortcuts to brighten your day and boost your mood—and the science to prove why they work. From happiness at work and happiness in love, to happiness in history or simply finding that so-called “happy place,” Happiness Hacks is the ultimate life hack to improve your life, one curiously effective step at a time. Did you know . . .
Happy people have lower heart rates. Putting yellow objects around the house will cheer you upThe less you worry about happiness, the more likely you are to find it!
I got this book to see if it would give me some nice happiness hints, tips, or tricks. It gave me a few but to be honest I struggled to read the book. It wasn’t that it was interesting or didn’t give good tips I just found it to be boring & a bit mind numbing.
There are a few tips that I am gonna try out but I can’t really say to read this book unless you choose to. It was well written & informative. Just not something I should have read.
This is a non-fiction book, so I am quite honestly not a reader of non-fiction so my review is not as in depth as it would be for a fiction book. I rarely read non-fiction so I apologize for the lack of depth to my review.
I received this book from Net Galley for this review.