Wednesday Wisdom: 5 books to create a happy life

Wednesday Wisdom: 5 books to create a happy life
Wednesday Wisdom: 5 books to create a happy life

It is a new year with new hopes and new opportunities. For this week our book editor brings you some of the best books to help you set your resolutions and work towards finding peace and happiness!

Creating Your Best Life *****

Author Caroline Adams Miller becomes your life coach, and brings you one of the most useful books on goal setting and accomplishment.

She urges her readers to grow a passion for life lists. Through a dozen interactive exercises and quizzes, one can identify their wishes, ambitions, and needs. This book is truly about self-discovery. It is productive and helps you to see life from a fresh new perspective with validated informations. Prepare to be educated and inspired to write goal-setting lists in order to be happy through 16 life domains.

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People *****

This book is an eye opener. It shows how easy and simple it is to navigate life correctly. This book is a wonderful education to live life to the fullest and be successful.

However, Stephen Covey’s model of attaining happiness and success is s little complex and is not everyone’s cup of tea. However, once you read this book and implement the ideals, you will realize that this is a life-changing book. But for that, you need to take the book seriously. The answers to gain success will not come from finishing a book but you will surely get insights on creating habits and putting your mind on the right ones to merch ahead in life.

The Art of Happiness *****

Dalai Lama, the spiritual and temporal leader of Tibet tells you about happiness and how to attain a happy life. Dalai Lama is considered as a symbol of peace, enlighting everyone aroud to lead a simple and fullfilling life. He draws the path in how to do so with this book. THrough conversations, stories, and meditation the Dalai Lama shows how we can defeat, anxeit,y, anger, dissapointments and insecurities.

Explore the facets of everyday life and how we can get rid of the obstacles that are hindering our inner peace. This book is a must-read for people who believe that materialistic things can only bring in happiness. Life offers much more. You need to only look around and let them in.

The Wish List by Sophie Money- Coutts ****

The story revolves around Florence, who works in a little Bookshop in Chelsea. She has been single for a while now but she has found solace in her loneliness. One day Florence meets eccentric Gwendolyn who makes her write a wish list to describe her perfect man. She writes them down, thinking it is impossible to ever find someone with all her requirements. But things change as one day a handsome blond man comes along Florence’s Bookshop.

This coming of age drama will surely put a smile on your face.

Wake Up to the Joy of You by Agapi Stassinopoulos ****

Wake up to the Joy of You by Agapi Stassinopoulos is about a book about self-discovery, finding peace and joy. Agapi guides the readers to let go and to seek what works for us. Prepare to learn on how to cultivate building blocks of self-care and comfront roadblocks in life.

The book taught me on how to learn to trust myself my intuitions, and connect to a bigger spirit that lives inside me.