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Happiness Is 500 Ways to Be in the Moment - cover

Happiness Is 500 Ways to Be in the Moment

Lisa Swerling, Ralph Lazar

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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Mindful living is happy living. This refreshing book from the creators of Happiness Is . . . illustrates 500 inspiring ways to slow down, unplug, de-stress, connect with others, and relish the simple moments in life: sitting under a ceiling fan on a hot day, taking lunch away from your desk, letting go of negative thoughts, a beach yoga session, and more. Featuring the brand's signature charming illustration style and friendly tone, this book sparks positive reflection and serves to remind us that happiness is all around—and within.

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