Happy Is the New Healthy: 31 Ways to Relax, Let Go, and Enjoy Life NOW!

Happy Is the New Healthy Ways to Relax Let Go and Enjoy Life NOW Our lives have become so busy that we are living in a constant state of go go go What did you do last Thursday What about two weeks ago Monday Our days are so consumed with emails telephone calls

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  • Title: Happy Is the New Healthy: 31 Ways to Relax, Let Go, and Enjoy Life NOW!
  • Author: David Romanelli
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Our lives have become so busy that we are living in a constant state of go, go, go What did you do last Thursday What about two weeks ago Monday Our days are so consumed with emails, telephone calls, errands, status updates, texts, and tweets that entire days go by without one single moment of joy And we wonder why we are stressed out, anxiety ridden, tired, walking zoOur lives have become so busy that we are living in a constant state of go, go, go What did you do last Thursday What about two weeks ago Monday Our days are so consumed with emails, telephone calls, errands, status updates, texts, and tweets that entire days go by without one single moment of joy And we wonder why we are stressed out, anxiety ridden, tired, walking zombies.Lifestyle and wellness guru Yeah Dave offers a fresh take on what it means to be well and reminds the reader that happiness leads to health, not health to happiness This book shares simple, immediate ways to feel celebrate life and feel better This isn t about green juices and crazy diet regimens.To get you started, Dave asks the reader to take one minute out of our day 1 11pm for example to stop and RELAX Dave s mantra The one who celebrates the small victories and simple pleasures wins the game of life over and over again

    One thought on “Happy Is the New Healthy: 31 Ways to Relax, Let Go, and Enjoy Life NOW!”

    1. Romanelli is very much talking to an American audience. There's an assumption that everyone who's going to read this will be. Just a bug. That's not why I've given this a low star. I got bored. I've decided I will find my own journey to happiness, living in the now etc thank you.

    2. I would love for David Romanelli to be my yoga teacher, or life coach, or maybe that little voice inside my head saying all the right things at the right moments, blocking out what's normally there! This book offered a plethora of wisdom nuggets, inspirational quotes, and uplifting anecdotes and it was definitely an enjoyable read.However in book form ingested over 2 days, I regret that these 31 maxims will be difficult to incorporate into my daily way of thinkingere's just too much information [...]

    3. Positive thinkingYes. It is a book about positive thinking,but it is a little too simplistic. The author's life examples are quite a stretch. He talks about meditation but never gets into it. Skip it and you won't miss a thing!

    4. Happy is not really the new healthy, it's a concept and practice that has been around for thousands of years. The concepts and recommendations in this book are nothing new, most if not all of the concepts (i.e Do not be afraid, don't worry about tomorrow, be grateful, pray to God) are Biblical principles although the author presents these concepts as something new. What is good in the book is the author puts these ancient ideas into modern practices and situations. I was a bit disappointed that [...]

    5. This is another one of those books that remind me to live in the present and enjoy life's many blessings. Dave conveys these truths not with long winded instructions from a pedestal but as a fun friend would do in bar conversation. It is a book that doesn't bring much new to light; rather, in my life's procession, it will be reread occasionally reminding me to practice truths I know. I liked it but found more thought provoking material in his earlier Living the Moment book. I also feel like I kn [...]

    6. I would give this book even more stars, but I've heard most of the stories before because I got to Dave Romanelli's yoga classes and retreats all the time. And i read his blog every week. But the best part of the book, besides the overwhelming optimism on every page, is that the BEST of Dave is compiled into one easy-to-source place for easy reference. Every chapter ends with a wonderful mantra. He boils happiness and healthiness into CELEBRATE the little things, slow down and live in the moment [...]

    7. I didn't know this author had a popular website and blog prior to reading this book. The book is a set of 31 essays about embracing happiness. Each chapter ends with a mantra to help you focus on certain concepts that often block people from embracing the happiness within their reach. It's a book I feel you could keep and pick up again from time to time.

    8. DNF. I am not a self-help person. I know someone who is, and she'd prob devour this book. I just can't get past the style - so didn't read very far. I thought this would be presented differently, but instead it's more self-help-y to change your life.

    9. I always start some free books I find via BookBub and Pixel of Ink with an air of suspicion, but I really enjoyed this. Simple and mindful reminders to find happy moments in our busy lives. I took little "a-has" from each chapter.

    10. Nice, light bedtime reading. Ever optimistic and a variety of ways to fit anyone's circumstance. Just enough for this Catholic and yogini to relate too, just too watered down to be taken seriously

    11. A good short book that has many powerful statements that can be very effective as daily reminders on how to refocus and live. (Also I love a yoga teacher who will say punk ass bitch. Bonus!)

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