By Gretchen Rubin
Crown Publishers, 2015. 298 pgs. Nonfiction
Gretchen Rubin, the author of The Happiness Project, examines the importance of habits in our lives and what we can do to change or create new habits. She goes beyond just talking about habits though, she explains that everyone has different personality types when it comes to habits and once we understand ourselves we can better understand why we do or don't do something.
I very rarely finish nonfiction books because I usually get bored about half way through and go back to fiction. That was not the case with this book. I found myself looking forward to listening to it and I wanted to share what I was learning with others. This book came at the perfect time in my life when I was ready to make some changes. I found the authors writing style to be very engaging. I enjoyed the examples she shared from her own life and the lives of her family, friends and readers. Her approach made sense and I have already implemented some of the strategies she suggests. I would highly recommend this book to anyone that is ready to make some positive changes in their life.