September 12, 2012

The Everyday Alchemist’s Happiness Handbook by Natalie Fee

The Everyday Alchemist’s Happiness Handbook by Natalie Fee is a fun read that will hopefully make you happier. This isn’t your average self-help book on the subject though; this one cuts out the nonsense, and takes a more practical route to help you reach your goal of being happy.

Book Description
Packed with practical, down to earth advice, “The Everyday Alchemist’s Happiness Handbook” offers a set of highly accessible and effective tools to help each of us live brighter, happier lives.

Through her refreshing blend of stories, practices and everyday insights, Natalie Fee describes, in an intimate and naturally open way, the process through which we can all better understand what genuine contentment and well-being is… and how we can achieve it.” – The Everyday Alchemist’s Happiness Handbook

My Thoughts
The Everyday Alchemist’s Happiness Handbook is a small book with a large splash of happiness in the pool of life. The book is laid out in three parts: The Proposal, The Mystic Marriage, and The Happily Ever After. The topics woven throughout the book easily guide you along your life decisions and how you can turn your happiness meter to be bursting at the top, instead of slumming somewhere down on mediocre (or worse).

Natalie Fee writes in a very down to earth way, which makes this book easy to devour in an afternoon. She writes like she is your best friend, but gives you advice and suggestions that your best friend could probably use, too. In fact, if you read this book, share it with your BFF to help make their life happier.

Overall, I am happier from reading this book. I enjoyed it and think that everyone could use more happiness in their life, so I highly recommend this book for everyone to read.

* Thank you to the publisher of The Everyday Alchemist’s Happiness Handbook, Findhorn Press, for providing me with a copy of this book for review. All opinions expressed are my own.


Steph said...

Can I borrow it? Just kidding! I'll add this book on my wishlist and hope to get it soon :)

Anonymous said...

Sheri, I agree looks like a great read. Thanks for the referral.

Mary said...

Sounds good!