The Joy Plan: How I Took 30 Days to Stop Worrying, Quit Complaining, and Find Ridiculous Happiness by Kaia Roman
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
There were many parts of this book that I read and thought, yeah, I can do that. At the same time, there were parts I read and thought I would only be able to do if I was married and had a second income coming in. The Joy Plan is of course not a step-by-step plan to follow, but just one person's journey. She admits that she was able to do things that might not always be feasible without the help of a good support system.
For me, the hardest thing about doing something like Kaia did, would be trying to change my habits. I try to change them all the time with little or no success, so really making that a goal to look at my life and see the things that need to be changed and work on changing them to make myself a happier person, seems in a way, overwhelming. Without being able to put my life on hold for this, I don't think I would be able to do it.
It's great to see how it worked for her, but I feel like the average person takes away more of the small lessons she learned than her huge revelations.
I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Author: Kaia Roman
Publication Date: 1 Jul 2017
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