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You Can Buy Happiness (and It’s Cheap)



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– Tammy Strobel:

This wonderful book describes one couple’s journey through downsizing the American Dream.

Saddled with debt and living paycheck-to paycheck and leading unfulfilling lives, they decided to do what many people dream about but never actually accomplish… Re-examine their life on a minute scale and decide what true happiness really is without all the ‘gotta have it’ mentality that defines our society.

This book is a breath of fresh air that just begs to be read.

ISBN 978-1-60868-083-2

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Creating Time

Marney K. Makridakis:

“If I only had more time,” seems to explain why we aren’t leading our most fulfilling lives. This delightful book turns the concept of time upside down by presenting exciting new tools for viewing and better yet experiencing your time.

This book can lead you on a fascinating adventure in which you will imagine, and create with step-by-step introspective processes and ultimately provide you with an authentic sense of self.

ISBN 978-1-60868-111-2

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Your Dog is Your Mirror

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 – Kevin Behan

To better understand your dog’s behaviour and emotion you need to pay attention to how you are feeling.

Your beloved pooch doesn’t respond to what you think, say or do, rather he responds to how you ‘feel’. In this way, your dog can actually reflect back to you what you are feeling.

Behan demonstrates that dogs and humans are connected more profoundly than has ever been imagined – by heart – and that this approach to dog cognition can help you to understand your dog’s inscrutable behaviours. In doing so, it opens up a whole new understanding between species, and perhaps a whole new understanding of ourselves.

ISBN 978-1-60868-088-7

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