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Getting To Good: A Guided Journal by Elena Welsh

51BysSCJL1L._SX351_BO1,204,203,200_I am obsessed with journals this year, and Getting To Good is at the top of my favorites list. Why am I so into journals this year? I’ve tried the diary thing, and I also tossed them after a couple of years, not wanting to look back at the past. Guided journals, however, give you direction and they push you to be more positive. Oh, I’m journaling without the guides as well, but each journal I have has a specific duty.

Getting To Good forces you to focus on the things that make you happy. It contains entries like “What type of friend do you want to be?” and “List what fuels you” with specific areas to think about.

This book will do more than make you focus on positivity, it will fuel your fire to be a better person, chase your dreams, and even treat yourself better.

I definitely recommend this book if you’re trying to better your life and be a happier person.

 

 

I got this book for free from the publisher for this unbiased review.

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A Year Of Positive Thinking by Cyndie Spiegel

519XfFFf-vL._SX260_It’s almost December, and you know what that means – It’s time to start thinking about your New Year’s Resolution. If you’re not sure what you’re going to resolve to do in 2019, maybe you should consider making this book your resolution. It’s a book of “Daily Inspiration, Wisdom, And Courage.”

I read this for review purposes, all in a few days, but I intend to reread it throughout 2019 and follow closely the wisdom within. I hope that it will inspire me to have an even better year (as 2018 was a very good year for me).

So, the book has a tidbit of information for each day of the year. Sometimes that info takes up an entire page, sometimes a couple dates share the same page. Sometimes it’s simply a quote, other times it’s a tip sharing some way you can better your life. Through this wonderfully positive book, you will learn to imagine, create, manifest, dream, and be more grateful. And more…

I love this book. It is my new guide.

 

I received this book free from the publisher, and this is an honest and unbiased review.

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A Glass Half Empty? …or Half Full? by Dan Schuck

51792AdwC-L._SX260_I love self-help books, and this one is glorious. Why is it awesome? Well, it covers a topic we all know, and it does it in a quick, neat, and fun way.

The question of whether or not your cup is half full or half empty isn’t always easily answered. A Glass Half Empty? …or Hald Full? gives you a new perspective on the age-old question. It helps you understand what each option means, and shows how we can all fit into both, or neither, category.

I had fun reading this book. The varied fonts make it easy on the eyes. Since it looks like a kid’s book it helps you feel those positive youthful feelings as you read it. The pictures are the perfect addition to make this a fun and education read that will help you see that it doesn’t matter if the glass is half full or half empty, as long as you’re continually replenishing it!

I highly recommend you grab a copy on Amazon!