I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review, so thanks to Lana Grace Riva for sending me a copy of her lovely book.
Changing how you think is possible. I wasn’t always so sure that was true until I experienced it myself, but I know now we don’t have to just accept unhappiness. Not always anyway. This book is my collection of tips and suggestions that have helped me achieve happier thinking. It’s sort of a gym for my mind. I’d love to tell you it was easier than the real gym but well… it’s not really. It takes time, effort, and practice but it’s absolutely well worth the rewards.
I loved Riva’s writing style. It just felt like you were having a conversation with a good friend the short chapters really made it flow. It was funny, insightful and honest.
It’s only 50 pages long, so it was a nice pick-me-up after a particularly taxing day. Riva brought in so many good ideas that I’m now trying to apply to situations in my own life.
That’s the thing with self-help books, they’re tricky to review as you can only really base a review on your own personal experience. So I would recommend that you read this light novella to see what your perspective is!
The main thing I took from Happier Thinking was that it was a fun, quick read that I’ll be picking up time and time again when I need a bit of a boost. It focuses on trying to alter your mindset, which is something I’ll be looking into more.
Over To You:
What are your tips for Happier Thinking?