Now, for the first time, the editors at O. have combed through the magazine's extensive archives to assemble O's Little Book of Happiness, a collection of the very best essays and advice they've published on the theme of finding happiness.
Thoughtfully assembled, the essays and stories featured in O's Little Book of Happiness offer a sprightly dose of practical and inspirational self-help - a sprinkling of the latest science and a bounty of joyful tales by gifted and influential contributors, including Shonda Rhimes on the happiness to be had right in front of us; Jeanne Marie Laskas on a woman who found her bliss on the open road; Maile Meloy on the pleasures of going home for the holidays; Gretchen Rubin on getting around life's discouragers; and more.
Timed for Mother's Day, O's Little Book of Happiness makes the perfect gift.
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"Listeners who are eager to find their own ways to achieve bliss will find that the narrators' individual deliveries add to the inspiration of each take-away idea. Hearing each sunny morsel brings the intent home." (AudioFile)
Some very touching stories, very nice book to have for the ride to work. Something I could listen to a couple of times a year.
There were multiple narrators, one though she spoke SO LOUD SO HARSH I had to fast forward past her and she had multiple readings.
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