The CEO of the Happiness Research Institute of Copenhagen finally reveals why Danish people are so happy. And it’s because of “hygge” (pronounced hoo-ga). Hygge is a feeling of comfort, togetherness and wellbeing. In this book, Wiking shows you how you can develop hygge, in ways like eating cake and lighting candles, to make your life more fulfilling.
Money can really buy happiness if you spend it wisely. A pleasant outer atmosphere can really calm down inner turbulence. The challenges and risks in life can give you more happiness than you imagine. These are some of the lessons Gretchen Rubin learned during her 12-month mission to discover happiness.
The Little Book of Lykke takes you on a different kind of tour around the world and introduces you to the unique concepts of happiness. From tango in Argentina to dining in France, this book is filled with the little things that have created some of the happiest people in the world. Discover an approach to life that will make every day a happy day.
Neil Pasricha reveals some unconventional concepts and changes your perception of every aspect of life. From not taking advice, to getting past the myth of multitasking and retirement, this book will transform your life into one that is more fulfilling, and definitely happier than ever before.
Matthieu Ricard combines his personal experiences and knowledge from poetry, philosophy and Buddhism to provide a complete handbook for a happier life. Your happiness has to be your top priority. Forsaking it for money, power or fitness will only trick you into temporary moments of “feeling good.” In Happiness, Ricard changes your perspective on life and opens your eyes to the reality of being happy.
If you want to be responsible for your own happiness and feel the urge to change your life, Sonja Lyubomirsky holds the guidelines to them. The How of Happiness is a uniquely compiled book, based on scientific research that gives you simple, practical, and easy-to-follow techniques and strategies that will bring happiness into your life, and keep it there permanently.
Dalai Lama is known for his positive aura, constant happiness and contagious smile. Even his presence alone is enough to bring smiles to other people’s faces. In The Art of Happiness, he shares the secret to this joy and steers us towards happiness that doesn’t get affected by the tragedies and uncertainties of life.