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to help you find purpose, meaning and happiness

You don't have to be depressed or to live a mediocre life! You can actively fight depression and achieve the authentic, sustainable peace and joy that seems so illusive. It's not complicated, but you do have to make the specific efforts to achieve what we all really want, which is happiness. Get this book, do the simple steps, and get happy!


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30 Days To Happiness

$12.95 Regular Price
$9.71Sale Price
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  • "You can read this book over and over. Daily attitude reset for life! Wonderful book for daily reading!!! Very uplifting." --Lynda Harris


    " A great start!! This book came to me in one of Ellen’s monthly boxes. I’m on day 6 and so far so good. It’s got me thinking about trusting, laughing and some of the changes in need to make on my life. Like I said I’m only on day 6." --Cheryl 


    "Great book to focus on changing the way you see the world. If you want to change your life and start looking at the world through rose tinted glasses this is the book to get! Makes you rethink your interactions with others and the way you think about things, putting a positive spin on everything. If I can follow some of the tips in this book I will have the best year of my life." --Michelle L.B.


     "Awesome. Loved it!" --Sho H.


    "Wonderful book written by a real inspiration. Great Simple ways to impove your life and be happy in just 30 days." --Kea Theroux, LMSW 


    "Terrific book. Easy to read and act on. Practice makes happines." --David Driscoll


    “I have been reading Rhonda Sciortino’s absolute gem daily for 3 weeks, and it is a really lovely way to start the day. It is beautiful, and I love her style, it's like she is talking just to me. Her powerful words, guidance, actions and meditations are a great reminder that we ARE allowed to find joy, we CAN choose positivity.” —Amanda Davies

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