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365 Days Of Happiness - Jacqueline Pirtle (1) #FirstBookOf2022

  • ASIN: ‎ B07B52MQVB
  • Publication date: ‎ February 28, 2018
  • Kindle: ‎ 668 KB
  • Print: ‎ 400 pages

Are you looking to feel better? Do you search for a deeper meaning? Are you craving a more mindful time? Bestselling author, podcaster, and holistic practitioner Jacqueline Pirtle has twenty-four years of practice helping thousands of clients discover their own happiness––as featured in multiple publications and the documentary The Overly Emotional Child by Learning Success.

Now she’s here to lay out the daily path for you to create a time beyond your dreams.

365 Days of Happiness: Because happiness is a piece of cake is your daily tool to create a habit of living your every day bliss, and is the parent companion to the 365 Days of Happiness journal workbook.

Being happy changes everything because you will tap into a limitless amount of energy, physical and mental wellbeing, and an existence filled with magic––most importantly, it makes you realize that feeling good is who you really are.

By reading these daily passages you’ll shift your perspective to a high-for-life frequency, where an ecstatic way of being is a given.

And by following the precepts within, you can soon enjoy the benefits of better living, because no matter the circumstances, happiness is for everyone.

In 365 Days of Happiness: Because happiness is a piece of cake, you’ll discover:

  • Daily passages, so you’ll start the morning feeling great
  • Simple ways, to keep your joy going
  • Your inner you, so you can stop questioning yourself
  • Inspirational practices, to allow your prosperity to unfold
  • And much, much more!

365 Days of Happiness: Because happiness is a piece of cake is your yes-sayer guide for you to move beyond your unhappiness and on to loving every single day––add the 365 Days of Happiness journal workbook, and you’ll have a rock solid system for you to live happily ever after.

If you like to feel good, appreciate being alive, and want to squeeze the most out of life, then you’ll love Jacqueline Pirtle’s effective teachings.

Jacqueline Pirtle is a bestselling author, podcaster, and holistic practitioner, with twenty-four years of experience helping thousands of clients discover their own happiness and how to live consciously and mindfully. Jacqueline is the owner of FreakyHealer and has shared her solid teachings through her podcast The Daily Freak, sessions, workshops, presentations, and books with clients all over the world; she holds international degrees in holistic health and natural living; her effective healing work has been featured in print and online magazines, podcasts, radio shows, on TV, and in the documentary The Overly Emotional Child by Learning Success, available on amazon prime.

Jacqueline was born in Switzerland, has lived all over the world, and is now making her home in the US with her family. Her professional background is in holistic wellness and natural living, and is an internationally certified Reiki Master. 

You can find out more about her teachings at, and see what she is up to next on her social media @freakyhealer–and her podcast, The Daily Freak, is available on all major platforms. 

Every year I read a daily book of some kind, usually a Joyce Meyer read about being a better person. This year I chose happiness!
Each day, you read through a vignette of sorts. It helps you to see everything in a more positive light. It leaves you with some thought-provoking ideas each day to try to implement into your life. 
I have been trying to be more optimistic and I feel like this book will help me.  I may even check out the authors' podcast at some point too, and suggest that any of you do the same. 
I do feel like the podcast will probably be more in depth than the book. The book is literally a page a day. That's not much time to have a real impact, but it's a start.
What more could any of us want in this life than to be happy?!


**Compensation may be earned from the link within. This copy was obtaine free on Amazon. Opinions are owned by Freda's Voice.


  1. Looks like a delightful one to do throughout the year. I started a Year of Wonder: Classical Music to Enjoy Day by Day by Clemency Burton-Hill which pairs up a classical piece. So far, so good.

    1. Oh that sounds awesome too!! I do love classical music!!


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