This year I wanted to focus on my own wellbeing, my confidence and my overall health. It can be such a hard thing, I mean I am my own worse enemy when it comes to feeling confident and happy. I was emailed with the opportunity to be sent a copy of 365 Days of Happiness, it sounded like this would be a helpful tool in achieving this personal focus and I am sharing this book with you.
Jacqueline Pirtle has a professional background in holistic medicine, energy healing, health, wellness, law of attraction and happiness. She also holds international wellness degrees and is internationally certified as a Reiki Master.
She was born in Switzerland and now lives in the United States. Jacqueline’s passion for happiness shines through in all of her work commitments as an accomplished energy healer, mindfulness-happiness coach and author. Jacqueline spent every day of 2017 devoted to her own happiness. Each day Jacqueline wrote about things she did to honour her joy and used those notes to create the 365 day step-by-step guide.
Jacqueline’s aim through thoughtful, bubbly, cheerful passages each day will teach you to find happiness and then you can reach happiness anywhere at any time. She leads life-changing talks, workshops and private sessions since 2006.
The book itself is a paperback (which I definitely prefer, as it is more flexible when reading them). Now I could pretend not to be one those people who picks books because of their covers, but I totally am ha ha! I am always drawn to a book more because of an attractive cover. The cover of 365 Days of Happiness is so pretty, the colours compliment each other. It also has a cupcake on the front, I mean who doesn’t like cake?
The book is broken down into 365 days and each day means you are focusing on something different, some mean you can make notes as well.
This book is motivating and encouraging. It radiates positivity.
This day is all about learning self-care and it is so important to look after ourselves. I do not always remember to slow down. It is important to know what things have positive impacts and what the negative influences are that I need to stop indulging in.
Day 9 for example is such a thought provoking and encouraging day! It is so true, everyone matters, everyone makes their mark on this world.
I have been reading it and will continue to do so. It is a book that definitely makes you think and helps you be in charge of your happiness. You can follow Jacqueline on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
Have you ever read this book before? Is it something you would like to read? I’d love to hear in the comments.