10 Titles to
Make You Happy
Wake Up Happy: The
Dream Big, Win Big
Guide to Transforming
by Michael Strahan
Happy Is the New Healthy: 31 Ways to
Relax, Let Go, and Enjoy Life NOW!
by Dave Romanelli
Do you remember what you did last Thursday?
What about two weeks ago Monday? It’s all a
big blur! Our lives are so consumed with emails,
From America’s favorite foot-
telephone calls, errands, social media, texts,
ball player turned morning
and to-do lists that entire days go by without a
talk show host—a man who
single moment of joy.
Lifestyle and wellness innovator David Romanelli (aka Yeah Dave) offers simple, immediate tips to relax and feel better this very instant. Forget the high-flying workout routines and fancypants diet regimens, Dave’s fresh take on wellness will remind you that
makes just about everything
look easy—a mélange of stories and motivational advice to inspire the reader to
turn up the heat and go from good to great in pursuit
of their personal ambitions.
happiness leads to better health. With just the right balance of laughter
and wisdom, these thirty-one easily accessible takeaways will inspire
you to slow down, stress less, and smile more. Dave’s mission? Celebrate life NOW!
Yoga and the Pursuit of Happiness: A
Guide to Finding Joy in Unexpected
Places by Sam Chase
Year of Yes: How to
Dance It Out, Stand In
the Sun and Be Your
by Shonda Rhimes
Enlightenment isn’t a strange, mystical, or
In this poignant, hilarious, and
faraway place. It’s a fundamental human exper-
deeply intimate call to arms,
ience available to us all in different ways and in
different moments. Learn how the ancient philosophy of yoga, modern neuroscience, and positive psychology can help you discover your life’s
meaning and purpose, rewire your brain, and
uncover lasting happiness and joy.
woman, the mega-talented
creator of Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal and executive
producer of How to Get Away with Murder reveals how
saying YES changed her life—and how it can change
Leaves of Grass: The Original 1855 Edition by Walt Whitman
In 1855, Walt Whitman published — at his own expense — the first edition of Leaves of Grass, a visionary
volume of twelve poems. Showing the influence of a uniquely American form of mysticism known as Transcendentalism, which eschewed the general society and culture of the time, the writing is distinguished by
an explosively innovative free verse style and previously unmentionable subject matter. Exalting nature, celebrating the human body, and praising the senses and sexual love, the monumental work was condemned as
"immoral." Whitman continued evolving Leaves of Grass despite the controversy, growing his influential work
decades after its first appearance by adding new poems with each new printing.
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