And there it is. If you want to go and have a look you can click:
There were a few sticky moments and I had to do a bit of tweaking, and for some reason the price on Amazon.com is $1.38 even though I set the price as 99cents but it’s there. Book one of the series is on sale.
I would like to take the opportunity to say a big THANK YOU to all of you guys who have supported me along the way. You are the best.
So tonight I will celebrate and have the evening off. Tomorrow I make a start on book 2.
I have recently finished reading The slight edge by Jeff Olson. One of the things he talks about is the link between happiness and success, so I thought I would share the 5 happy habits as recommended by Shawn Achor (his Ted talk is attached below). Being happy has many benefits and there appear to be […]
via The 5 happy habits #psychology #happiness — I read this really interesting post on the blog thewritingchimp.com so I thought I would share it. The 5 happy habits it talks about are:
Write down 3 things that made you happy in the last 24 hours.
Spend 2 minutes writing about one positive experience you had in the last 24 hours.
Exercise for 10 minutes a day.
Practice meditation for 2 minutes a day.
Perform an act of kindness without expecting anything in return.
I am generally a happy person so I went down this list to see if I do any of them. The list says that doing just one will make you happier, so here goes:
1 – I would never do this. I’m just not organised enough and I would spend an inordinate amount of time trying to work out which were the three best things and in what order. Which there is no need to do, it’s just the way I think.
2 – I could do this but I don’t have enough time to write as it is without putting an extra job on there as well.
3 – I got to this one and relaxed, because this is one thing I do, because I have a dog and I walk her at least twice a day. I’ve definitely been happier since I got a dog. I thought it was the unconditional love, but maybe it’s just the exercise.
4 – Meditate? Really?
5 – Kind of. Random acts of kindness make the world a better place and I think Karma works, not as some sort of mystical force or anything but a kind of illustration of quantum interconnectedness. Or as The Beatles put it: All You Need is Love.
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