365 days. 5 years. 1,825 moments captured. Based on the book by Gretchen Rubin.
Author: Gretchen Rubin
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
365 days. 5 years. 1,825 moments captured. Based on the book by Gretchen Rubin.
Based on the book,Happier at Homeby Gretchen Rubin, this five-year journal will help you make a time capsule of your family's growth in the simplest way possible. You can start at any point in the year.
Author: Gretchen Rubin
Publisher: Potter Style
365 days. 5 years. 1,825 happy moments.The Happiness Project One-Sentence Journal for Mothersis the ideal project for moms who want to capture the everyday moments of their child's growth but are naturally short on time. Based on the book,Happier at Homeby Gretchen Rubin, this five-year journal will help you make a time capsule of your family's growth in the simplest way possible. You can start at any point in the year. Simply turn to today's date, and take a few moments to think about the quote or question on the top of the page. Jot down your thoughts and perhaps a note or reflection about your child. As the years go by you'll notice how your children evolve and discover the aspects about your family that lead to lasting happiness. The quotes are interesting, funny, and always thought provoking. The diary can be started on any day of the year but makes a terrific gift for the New Year or Mother's Day.
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Author: Laura Vanderkam
Everyone has an opinion, anecdote, or horror story about women and work. Now the acclaimed author of What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast shows how real working women with families are actually making the most of their time. “Having it all” has become the subject of countless books, articles, debates, and social media commentary, with passions running high in all directions. Many now believe this to be gospel truth: Any woman who wants to advance in a challenging career has to make huge sacrifices. She’s unlikely to have a happy marriage, quality time with her kids (assuming she can have kids at all), a social life, hobbies, or even a decent night’s sleep. But what if balancing work and family is actually not as hard as it’s made out to be? What if all those tragic anecdotes ignore the women who quietly but consistently do just fine with the juggle? Instead of relying on scattered stories, time management expert Laura Vanderkam set out to add hard data to the debate. She collected hour-by-hour time logs from 1,001 days in the lives of women who make at least $100,000 a year. And she found some surprising patterns in how these women spend the 168 hours that every one of us has each week. Overall, these women worked less and slept more than they assumed they did before they started tracking their time. They went jogging or to the gym, played with their children, scheduled date nights with their significant others, and had lunches with friends. They made time for the things that gave them pleasure and meaning, fitting the pieces together like tiles in a mosaic—without adhering to overly rigid schedules that would eliminate flexibility and spontaneity. Vanderkam shares specific strategies that her subjects use to make time for the things that really matter to them. For instance, they . . . * Work split shifts (such as seven hours at work, four off, then another two at night from home). This allows them to see their kids without falling behind professionally. * Get creative about what counts as quality family time. Breakfasts together and morning story time count as much as daily family dinners, and they’re often easier to manage. * Take it easy on the housework. You can free up a lot of time by embracing the philosophy of “good enough” and getting help from other members of your household (or a cleaning service). * Guard their leisure time. Full weekend getaways may be rare, but many satisfying hobbies can be done in small bursts of time. An hour of crafting feels better than an hour of reality TV. With examples from hundreds of real women, Vanderkam proves that you don’t have to give up on the things you really want. I Know How She Does It will inspire you to build a life that works, one hour at a time.
Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project, speaks about the benefits of
keeping a single-sentence journal. “One sentence is enough,” she says in a
podcast. “When I look back on it years later, the one sentence really does keep ...
Author: Lisa Messenger
Publisher: The Messenger Group
The days and weeks after a break-up are a tangled, hot mess of pain and uncertainty. You can't eat. You can't sleep. You don't know where to put yourself. You don't know how to be. But no matter how difficult, ugly or toxic the last season has been, there is healing and wholeness coming your way so you can breathe, smile, laugh and hope again. This book from bestselling author Lisa Messenger, penned after she endured her own difficult break-up, is the perfect collection of ideas and strategies gathered over many years to help you put yourself back together again - with just the right amount of kindness, humour and tough love to help you reach a place of peace and purpose. TAKE THESE 50 STEPS TO HEALING AND, BE ASSURED, YOU WILL FIND YOUR INNER GLOW AGAIN.
This updated edition includes: A new extensive interview with the author A guide to dozens of free resources for readers The Happiness Project Manifesto An excerpt from Gretchen Rubin’s bestselling book The Four Tendencies
Author: Gretchen Rubin
#1 New York Times Bestseller Gretchen Rubin’s year-long experiment to discover how to create true happiness. Drawing on cutting-edge science, classical philosophy, and real-world examples, Rubin delivers an engaging, eminently relatable chronicle of transformation. This special 10th Anniversary edition features a Conversation with Gretchen Rubin, Happiness Project Stories, a guide to creating your own happiness project, a list of dozens of free resources, and more. “An enlightening, laugh-aloud read. . . . Filled with open, honest glimpses into [Rubin’s] real life, woven together with constant doses of humor.”—Christian Science Monitor Gretchen Rubin had an epiphany one rainy afternoon in the unlikeliest of places: a city bus. “The days are long, but the years are short,” she realized. “Time is passing, and I’m not focusing enough on the things that really matter.” In that moment, she decided to dedicate a year to her happiness project. In this lively and compelling account—now updated with new material by the author—Rubin chronicles her adventures during the twelve months she spent test-driving the wisdom of the ages, current scientific research, and lessons from popular culture about how to be happier. Among other things, she found that novelty and challenge are powerful sources of happiness; that money can help buy happiness, when spent wisely; that outer order contributes to inner calm; and that the very smallest of changes can make the biggest difference. This updated edition includes: · An extensive new interview with the author · Stories of other people’s life-changing happiness projects · A resource guide to the dozens of free resources created for readers · The Happiness Project Manifesto · An excerpt from Gretchen Rubin’s bestselling book The Four Tendencies: The Indispensable Personality Profiles that Reveal How to Make Your Life Better (and Other People’s Lives Better, Too)
Gretchen had a good marriage, two healthy daughters, and work she loved--but one day, stuck on a city bus, she realized that time was flashing by, and she wasn’t thinking enough about the things that really mattered. “I should have a ...
Author: Gretchen Rubin
Publisher: Harper Collins
What if you could change your life--without changing your life? Gretchen had a good marriage, two healthy daughters, and work she loved--but one day, stuck on a city bus, she realized that time was flashing by, and she wasn’t thinking enough about the things that really mattered. “I should have a happiness project,” she decided. She spent the next year test-driving the wisdom of the ages, current scientific studies, and lessons from popular culture about how to be happier. Each month, she pursued a different set of resolutions: go to sleep earlier, quit nagging, forget about results, or take time to be silly. Bit by bit, she began to appreciate and amplify the happiness that already existed in her life. Written with humour and insight, Gretchen’s story will inspire you to start your own happiness project. Now in a beautiful, expanded edition, Gretchen offers a wealth of new material including happiness paradoxes and practical tips on many daily matters: being a more light-hearted parent, sticking to a fitness routine, getting your sweetheart to do chores without nagging, coping when you forget someone’s name and more.
This book is Gretchen's account of her second journey in pursuit of happiness. Prescriptive, easy-to-follow, and anecdotal, Happier at Home offers readers a way of thinking and being that is positive and life-affirming.
Author: Gretchen Rubin
Publisher: Doubleday Canada
Tolstoy wrote, "Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." This is the statement that inspired bestselling author Gretchen Rubin to wonder whether she could foster an even greater happiness in her home. During The Happiness Project, the same questions kept tugging at her. How can I raise happy children? How can I maintain a tender, romantic relationship with my spouse--after fifteen years of marriage? How do I keep my Blackberry from taking over my private life? How can I foster a well-ordered, light-hearted atmosphere in my house, when no one else will lift a finger to cooperate? This book is Gretchen's account of her second journey in pursuit of happiness. Prescriptive, easy-to-follow, and anecdotal, Happier at Home offers readers a way of thinking and being that is positive and life-affirming. With specific examples following the calendar year, an intimate voice, and drawing from science and pop culture, this book will resonate with anyone looking to strengthen the bonds of family.
REACH OUT DAILY REACH OUTS HELP CURE RO ANXIETY One of the
reasons I advocate for one Reach Out every weekday is that it ... of several books
, including Better Than Before and The Happiness Project, wrote this about
scheduling in her blog: One of my Secrets of ... I write in my one-sentence journal
Author: Molly Beck
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
A practical guide to building valuable career connections—through tools you already have and people you already know Success in life is more than having goals and skills. You need connections. And to get connections, you need to Reach Out—fearlessly, strategically, and every day of the work week. For many, this is a daunting and confusing task. Reach Out shows readers how to use social media and simple digital tools to begin building and expanding the number of people they know. Author Molly Beck explains how to: •Establish and strengthen your digital presence •Develop career goals that Reaching Out can help you obtain •Think strategically about who you have already met, who you could strengthen a relationship with, and who your current connections know •Determine who to Reach Out to and push past common networking fears to do it • Apply step-by-step instructions on how to craft email and social media messages to those you want to connect with •Optimize your efforts by managing both your time and your inbox The book features personal stories on networking from some of today’s top thought leaders. Studies, statistics, and real world examples illustrate the key concepts of Reaching Out. Whether you’re just starting out, changing jobs, or well-established and just eager to know more people, Reaching Out will help you turn career dreams into professional success by helping you connect with others who can put you on the fast track.
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Author: Ron Leifer
Publisher: Snow Lion Publications, Incorporated
...an intriguing and cogent examination of suffering through the perspectives of psychoanalysis and Buddhism...a substantial contribution.--Jerry Piven, The New School
This beautiful prayer journal contains 3 months of pages to take notes and reflect on your and yours family relationship with Lord.
Author: Peacfull Person
This beautiful prayer journal contains 3 months of pages to take notes and reflect on your and yours family relationship with Lord. This powerful journal is the perfect mix of structured elements and open elements with a clean design to draw you into your prayer time and quiet time.
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Author: Carol Simpson
Publisher: Good Year Books
Ideas and examples for helping children keep journals and do other creative writing activities.
Here are some ideas: 30-day challenge - academic diary - accomplishments - achievements - address book - advertising tracker - affirmations - appliance repair list - appliance warranties list - art journal - astrology journal - attendance ...
Author: Gevera Bert Piedmont
This lined journal has a unicorn bunny on each page. What can you use a blank journal for? Here are some ideas: 30-day challenge - academic diary - accomplishments - achievements - address book - advertising tracker - affirmations - appliance repair list - appliance warranties list - art journal - astrology journal - attendance records - bill paying checklist - birdwatching - birthday list - blank book - blog log - blog post planner - book of lists - book of shadows - book reviews - book summaries - borrow/lend tracking - brainstorming - bucket list - budget tracker - bujo - bullet journal - calorie log - calorie/point reference - car maintenance - catch-all notebook - challenge journal - checklists - class notes - cleaning routine checklist - collaboration tracking - commonplace book - contacts - craft project list - craft supplies inventory - creative writing journal - daily to-do - deadlines - debt repayment - debt tracker - decorating ideas - diary - do and don't lists - dot grid pages - drabbles (100-word stories) - dream diary - editing checklist - editorial calendar - event planning - exam prep - exercise diary - expense tracker - family appointments - family medical history - family journal - favorite poems - favorites lists - fitness diary - food log - garden planner - gift ideas - giveaway tracking - goal journal - goal setting - goal tracking - grades - gratitude diary - guest post tracking - habit tracking - hand-lettering practice - happiness journal - healing journal - health log - hobby journal - holiday planner - holidays and vacation lists - home improvement plans - home repairs - idea journal - inspirational journal - insurance information - inventories of valuables - inventory of collections - job application tracker - journal - journal prompts - language journal - language practice - letters to the future - letters you'll never send - life lessons - life story - list of 100 - listicals - lists - manuscript submission tracker - meal planning book - meditation journal - memory book - memory journal - menstrual/pregnancy tracker - metric conversions - mileage tracking - mind mapping - mind maps - mood board - mood tracking - morning pages - motivational quotes - movie list - movie reviews - nanowrimo planner - nature journal - notebook - notes - one-sentence journal - packing list for travel - paint color log - password book - personal diary - pet journal - places to go - places you've been - planner - poetry form practice - poetry journal - prayer journal - prayer journal - prescriptions list - product ideas - project journal - project planner - project tracker - project workflow and tracker - quote journal - reading list - reading schedule/tracker - restaurant list - recipe book - recipe substitutes - record book - religious quotes - religious readings - routine tracking - rubber stamp inventory - sales record - savings tracker - scrapbook - seasonal art - seasonal cleaning checklist - seasonal lists - shopping list - six-word story challenge - sketchbook - skills to learn - social media post schedule - social media post tracking - song lyrics - spirituality journal - sports event memories - study notes - study schedule - study tracker - subscription list - tarot journal - tax planning - theater reviews - therapy journal - time capsule - to-do lists - tracking diary - trainspotting - travel budget - travel diary - travel ideas - travelogue - tv show list - vacation checklist - vision board - vision journal - vocabulary list - wedding planner - weight loss journal - wish list - word of the day - work diary - workout journal - writing exercises - writing journal - writing prompts - zentangles
2021-2025 One Line A Day A Five Year Memory Book This book is One Line A Day Journal.For provides the chance to find out new lessons from old experiences.Motivates you every day.Journaling provides proof of your progress.Happiness project ...
Author: Kevin Harpermonica
2021-2025 One Line A Day A Five Year Memory Book This book is One Line A Day Journal.For provides the chance to find out new lessons from old experiences.Motivates you every day.Journaling provides proof of your progress.Happiness project journal.Journals for moms and other to write in. Interior 5 year journal one line a day(2021-2025) 370 Pages Cover Paperback,Matte Dimensions : 6x9 inches Get a 2021-2025 One Line A Day Memory Book Today!