Happier at Home: How I Learned to Pay Attention, Cram My Day with What I Love, Hold More Tightly, Embrace Here, and Remember Now
by Gretchen Rubin
Who doesn’t want a happy home? After reading The Happiness Project I was so excited to see what the author would write next. I too often suffer from not loving my home. It looks fine, it just doesn’t feel like ME.
I think the main message of the book was great, but it felt a little too similar to The Happiness Project that I kept thinking I had read it before. The main goals and objectives of the book are still valid, but read it on its own, not as a sequel to the first.