Thank you Insightful Inspirations Leanne Holitza 🙂
…I don’t know Jacqueline Pirtle personally… But after reading her book, I felt like I got to know a happy, inspiring, genuine person. So, I looked into her further…
“By utilizing the connected energetic field to tap into the quantum, then sharing space – where there is no separation – and time with them, I support clients in the awakening into the infinite potential that is already in them.”— Jacqueline Pirtle
…The pages are filled with ways to tap into your feelings and shift your perspective and your energy.
…This book is more like an oracle deck in book form.
…One of the best parts of this book is she gives you a lot of reminders to give your not so pretty emotions space too. She acknowledges anger, frustration, unrest and a variety of other uncomfortable feelings and asks you to give those feelings space too.
…I could definitely find myself giving this as a gift to someone or using it to help a client get himself or herself out of a funk. I like that the pages are pretty short, easy to skim and clear on what to do.
…I had many favorites with this one. Below are a few brief examples of what ‘s on the pages…
To find out her favorites go read her full review!
…If you were a fan of The Secret, I have great news, you might have found another book to add to your reading list…
…you learn how to accept happiness into your life, how to accept yourself for who you are, be present, to recognize when happiness is at your door.
…the idea of treating your happiness as a part of yourself, one that you have to nourish, to understand and to respect
…Instead of focusing on the empty half of the glass, we should try to focus on the fact that we have the glass, to begin with, to understand why it’s not full, but to be happy and grateful that half of glass filled
…365 Days of Happiness is the type of book that you should have on your mobile phone or on an ebook that you always keep by your side, for whenever you feel down or that you just want to give up, pull it out and read a few chapters, it will make you feel lighter and positive in a few minutes
…Jacqueline’s book can really help with getting a few steps closer to the overall goal, to be happy.
…If only there were a step-by-step guide to being happy. One that doesn’t require a lot of record keeping or leaping outside our comfort zone boundaries.
…It’s basically that step-by-step guide we’ve been wishing for.
At first, the daily entries seemed a little silly. I heartfully believe in manifesting my own joy, but Day One starts by suggesting I wake up to greet my day. I mean literally greet my day. “Good glorious morning my dear Happiness, how are you today, and what magnificent joy are we going to create?” See what I mean? I wasn’t sure that greeting my day like that would do anything for me other than make me laugh at myself. Here’s what I found though. A little silliness is worth it if a year of happiness is the result.
One of the things I really like about this book is its simplicity. You don’t have to get into philosophy or pyschology to analyze why you aren’t as happy as you could be and what you should do about it. This book meets you right where you are. It throws you in the deep end and tosses the life raft within reach. Every day is like one stroke closer to your goal. You’ll celebrate along the way. You’ll realize you’ve let go of stuff that might hinder your progress or even pull you under. By the end, you’ll feel lighter, more in control of your emotions, and, yes, happier.
If you need a little happiness booster–and who doesn’t–grab a copy of 365 Days to Happiness. Use it daily. Use it sporadically. But use it. You’ll be glad you did.
Thank you @HappilyHeartful for your honest opinion. I am very honored and well… happy!
Thank you so much Nia Griffiths for your great review and your thorough-ness. I appreciate it super-much!
…As Jacqueline says: “Imagine that you are a bee, living your new day, jumping from happiness to happiness. Every jump you take, some happiness sticks on your being, like pollen on the bee. It adds up, resulting in your becoming happier and happier.”
…365 Days of Happiness isn’t about trying to simply convince yourself that you’re happy by reading lines off a page. It’s about forming healthy, positive habits and working towards bettering your mindset every single day. Practise makes perfect – and that includes practising happiness.
…it’s hard not to smile at some of the book’s visualisations. From harnessing the warmth and happiness of heart shapes, turning pizza dough into anything you want, and skydiving, Jacqueline encourages you to practise gratitude and appreciation for what you have and what you can do. She encourages you to believe that the sky’s the limit and you can be whatever you want to be!
…Overall, 365 Days of Happiness is a well thought-out, uplifting, journey of mindfulness. It encourages not just positive thinking but improves self-esteem and provides excellent advice for those looking to give their mental health a boost.
…there’s no doubt that this book does exactly what it says on the cover. It’s 365 Days of Happiness.