Tuesday, February 16, 2010

50 Ways to Feel Great Today

I recently had the opportunity to review "50 Ways to Feel Great Today", written by David B. Beibel, James E. Dill & Bobbie Dill.

Any of you who follow my blog know that this has been a hard few months for me. I can't tell you how many times I've picked up this book and found something that worked for me, right then & there.

Subtitled "Keys to Beating Stress, Worry and the Blues" the back cover states:

50 Ways to Feel Great Today offers medically and scientifically sound advice for giving a blah mood the boot. These time-tested ideas are simple and often no cost. While no "happy" pill exists, the activities in the book let you become your own helping hand.

Including everything from "Feed Your Spirit", to "Name That Feeling Before it Becomes a Mood" and even just "Get a Massage" or " Pamper Yourself", "50 Ways To Feel Great Today"
gives real life examples from real people, reasons why these ideas work and tells you how you can incorporate these ideas into your life.

By not professing to be a book that will solve all your problems, "50 Ways To Feel Great Today", provides real life strategies for altering your mood and your mindset.

I'm passing my copy on to my mom who's still recovering from her breast cancer surgery. Pick one up for yourself, I can promise that you won't be sorry you did.


slommler said...

Sounds like a good book! I like the concept!! Thanks for sharing this!


I have already added it to my need to read list. Thanks for sharing. I like it when bloggers share information.

A Year on the Grill said...

Good for you that this book dropped in your lap at the right time...

Hmmmm makes you think

Emily@MarvelousRecipes.net said...

Sounds like a book I need to get ASAP! Life just seems to get a little harder to deal with every day since my husband got laid off from his job 3 weeks ago. I'm trying to keep a positive attitude and I think this book could really be a big help! Thanks for sharing Pam! And I hope your troubles get better very soon!

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Kerri said...

Sounds like a terrific book! How have you been feeling, Pam?