Since antiquity, people have been asking themselves what it means to live a good life. How should I live? What constitutes a good life? Is it a question of mind-set, or is it more about reaching your goals? Each generation asks anew, and somehow the answers are always fundamentally disappointing. Why? Because we're constantly searching for a single, simple path to happiness - which doesn't exist. Instead, here you'll find 52 happiness hacks. These tips may not guarantee you a good life, but they'll give you a better chance.
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Since the dawn of civilisation, we've been asking ourselves what it means to live a good life: how should I live, what will truly make be happy, how much should I earn, how should I spend my time? In the absence of a single simple answer, what we need is a toolkit of mental models, a guide to practical living. In The Art of the Good Life, you'll find 52 intellectual shortcuts for wiser thinking and better decisions at home and at work. They may not guarantee you a good life, but they'll give you a better chance.
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George and Weedon Grossmith's The Diary of a Nobody paints a detailed picture of life in 1892. Pooter's diary notes his daily business, parties, embarrassments, and his agitated relationship with son Lupin - a strikingly familiar world, brought to life by Keith Wickham, which provides continual amusement.
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In a Paris Opera House, Chorus singer Christine Daaé develops a relationship with a disfigured Phantom, who she believes to be the Angel of Music, promised to her by her late father. The Phantom tutors Christine, but the relationship breaks down when the Phantom discovers Christine's love for her childhood sweetheart Raoul. Who will win Christine's heart and with what consequence?
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