This book has some wicked awesome dialogue and an incredibly unique idea behind it, so…if you don’t mind a strained plot and a mediocre main character, then go for it.
There’s a silver lining around every cloud, a sunshower in every storm. There’s joy in grief, love in loss, strength in struggle.
More than just the clever plots, I loved the characters, the way they grew while still remaining distinctly themselves.
Follow this calendar, start to make your changes, improve your attitude, and discover your happiness.
Maybe if we were more grateful for what we have, we’d start to feel less like we deserve all things and more like we should work for them.
Find your spark, light the world with happiness and love. And it starts with kindness to yourself.
There’s nothing quite as liberating as singing at the top of your lungs or dancing alone to music.
This book articulates the power of womankind…and the power of love—of all kinds.
Take advantage of these little ideas and find big results because being happy is your responsibility, your choice.
If you can’t find beauty, create it. Make a little cocoon of joy and loveliness around you.
Running’s a miracle.
Seeing the beauty around you will give you a quite sort of happiness.