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365 Days of Happiness: Inspirational Quotes to Live By (2)

  • Kindle: 1178 KB
  • Print: 57 pages
  • Publisher: Hot Tropica Publishing (November 29, 2013)
  • ASIN: B00C4BS34I

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Finding true joy in life shouldn’t be a treasure hunt. Enjoy this collection of quotes, based on appreciating life’s pleasures and finding happiness. 365 quotes to make you laugh, smile and cry. 

“The Constitution only guarantees the American people the right to pursue happiness. You have to catch it yourself.” ~ Author unknown

AUTHOR BIO:
MG Keefe is best known for her 365 Days of Happiness books. These collections are not meant to make us, cry, laugh, but just to make us think about what really matters in life. 

REVIEW:
I thought this one would be something other than what it is. 
I knew it was a book of quotes, but I didn't expect them to just be listed one after the other. I mean, you can literally get through them in just over a half an hour. 
I dislike having a daily book that list them all together. I like the suspense of not knowing what the next days' quote will be. 
Slightly disappointing, format-wise, but the quotes make up for it. Most are ones that have me thinking and implementing the best I can.


2/5



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