Book Review: Suitcase of Happyness

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Title: Suitcase of Happyness

Author: Mark Jaffe

Genre/s: Self-Help

Pages: 149pages

Buy: Amazon

SYNOPSIS:

Can you honestly say, “I’m a happy person”?

Think about it – you’ve worked hard, you’ve had great results, you have people that love you, you’re a good person. Why does it still feel like something is missing?

What would it be like to just be happy and feel good every day?

“Happyness” is a new way to feel, a new way to live. A state of being that lasts and endures.

Mark will show you how to achieve contentment and satisfaction and peace, with an everyday state of being that includes pleasure, fulfillment, and meaning. You will learn how to move from the disappointment of life not showering you with the happiness you always wanted, to the gratitude and appreciation for the happyness you can now experience, and that is yours to keep.

You will be able to take yourself from the feeling of lacking something, to a new place that feels complete and whole and rich. A new place that offers joy and elation and bliss and delight … along with calmness, serenity, congruence, and harmony.

In other words, a place that just simply feels good!

It doesn’t matter how old you are or how much money you have. It can be yours even if your obstacles are in your head. Or you feel them in your body.

There are real and practical ways to be happier. They are easy to do. They work. Mark will take you down the ten pathways you can follow as you pack your suitcase of happyness and take it with you on the road of life.

Your happiest life is waiting for you.

 

 

MY THOUGHTS:

I rarely read self-help books nowadays, but when I was asked if I would want to review this book, I gave it an exception and accepted the deal. With all of the craziness happening in my life, my happiness disappeared like a bubble that pop. I knew I needed something to reign back my happiness and this book helped me. This book was divided into three sections, the first part was explaining what Happyness really means, the second part was the barriers of happyness; the reasons why one can’t achieve his or her own happiness and the third part was the pathways to happyness; achieving one’s happiness.

As I read this book, it felt like I was with a mentor giving advice on how to be happy. I felt like I was never alone in this journey. This book was very informative and has countless of supporting details from different books. I love how Jaffe also tells his experiences in every part of the book so I could understand it more. Now that I finished reading this book, I am confident that I will soon achieve and get back my own happiness. When in the future, I will lose my happiness again (hopefully not!), I know where to look back, I will just have a coffee with my mentor to remind me again.

You really wouldn’t know the real meaning of happyness until you’ve read it. This book is worthy of your penny, start achieving your happiest life now when you buy this book, available at Amazon, link above. I forgot to tell you, Mark Jaffe was a former senior executive at The Walt Disney Company, wherein he spent many years creating happy moments.

 

Rating: ★★★★

*This book was sent to me in exchange of an honest review*

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