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Go Gretchen

September 27, 2013

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In the last couple of weeks, I’ve found myself on several occasions, sharing some of Gretchen Rubin’s ideas from her fabulous book, The Happiness Project. This brought me back to a post I wrote at the time of reading it. I defy anyone who claims that these two takeaways haven’t applied to their own lives […]

10,000 hours

April 16, 2012

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I finally finished reading The Happiness Project … what a beautiful read.  A queue awaits the dog-eared pages and I’ve since moved on to Bounce; another fantastic read that will appeal to anyone who loves sport, particularly any ‘gene believers’ out there … and anyone who grew up being constantly nagged by their mums and […]

Words of wisdom …

March 4, 2012

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… from Gretchen the Great. Last night I finished a fabulous read … The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin. A New York bestseller for yonks, the book is an account of a year Gretchen spent test-driving studies and theories about how to make your life as happy as it can be. I won’t spoil it […]