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Self-Help Projects Promise Happiness In Just 21 Days

Self-Help Projects Promise Happiness In Just 21 Days
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Gretchen Rubin’s 21 Day Projects, which include de-cluttering and getting to know yourself better, aim to help people feel happier.

Emma Hutchings
  • 5 september 2013

Gretchen Rubin has created four new 21 Day Projects with the aim of helping people feel happier. The projects are ‘Getting to know yourself better’, ‘Quit yelling at your kids’, ‘De-clutter your home and your life’, and ‘Cope better with difficult people’.

Self-Help Projects Promise Happiness In Just 21 Days

People who want to tackle one of these challenges can pay $4.99 to receive daily emails from Rubin with suggestions for them to explore in their own life. She has collected ideas in a form that makes it easier for people to remember and follow various connected resolutions on these particular themes. Rubin writes:

In just 21 days, I believe, it really is possible to take many small, concrete steps to make your life happier. And don’t worry, none of these proposed resolutions will take much time or energy—because no one has much time or energy to spare.

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