Happier at Home: Kiss More, Jump More, Abandon a Project, Read Samuel Johnson, and My Other Experiments in the Practice of Everyday Life Paperback – 11 Apr 2013
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PAGES OF JOY: Gretchen Rubin reveals how small changes at home can cheer us up, in her inspiring new book, Happier at Home (Woman and Home)
Social media powerhouse and New York Times bestselling author of THE HAPPINESS PROJECT, Gretchen Rubin turns her attention homewards - an entertaining and thoughtful mix of literature, memoir and psychology sure to appeal to her huge fan base.See all Product description
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Only I really didn't enjoy this one. There was very little substance to the book. I found this to be the self-indulgent ramblings of a neurotic woman, who I came to dislike more and more as I read further into the book.
Having really liked the first book, I kept reading this one in the hope it would improve. It didn't. I won't be buying anything else from this author.
This book is really just more of the same - i don't think it adds many more insights to what was presented in the first book. If you want to read more about Rubin's daily life, then read it, but don't expect it to add much to what she has already written. This looks just too much like a bandwagon book, written to earn more money off the back of The Happiness Project. I think readers who pay full price for this follow-up deserve a bit more!