Book Review | Think Happy by Karen Salmansohn

think-happyInstant pep talks to boost productivity aren’t the only thing you’ll get from Karen Salmansohns’ book Think Happy.

The book culls great information from a range of sources: brain researchers, psychologists, philosophers, motivation researchers, research studies, and folktales. The artwork is colorful, playful and even happy, too.  The book can be read cover-to-cover, or open a page any page to receive memorable quotes, meditations, lessons-learned, assignments, tips, and reminders.

Keep the book on your coffee table, on your night stand, or within your tote bag to help think happy.  I find myself thinking about Karen’s pep talks and telling other people about them, too.  Makes a great gift!

Disclosure: I received this book from the Blogging for Books program in exchange for this review.


About Deb Hemley

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One Response to Book Review | Think Happy by Karen Salmansohn

  1. Janet Banks says:

    Very nice, Deb! Now a book reviewer too… I like it. >

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