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Mari Fujimura, 藤村真理
The Happiness Project: Or Why I Spent a Year Trying to Sing in the Morning, Clean My Closets, Fight Right, Read Aristotle, and Generally Have More Fun - Gretchen Rubin I gleaned some neat ideas to advance my own happiness, but I have to admit I skimmed some sections that didn't apply to me (e.g. "Parenthood"). Her research throughout the book is solid, and there's even a reading list if you want to do your own.As Rubin states several times, this is her project, and anyone else embarking on a similar journey will probably concentrate on different things. It got tiresome to re-re-retread some of Rubin's faults (quick to anger, nagging husband relentlessly) that I do not share myself. The sections of blog comments, while at times interesting, also felt like a way to pad the page count.Overall I'm glad I read the book but I don't think it'll come up for a reread.