Book Review: How To Catch Happy

 

 

 

How To Catch Happy is a short book by Jim F. Kukral.  The book explains how after he started having anxiety attacks, he began to re-evaluate his life.  It was then he realized that what made him happy was fishing – but he hadn’t found time to fish since before he started college.  First he was busy with college parties and then he started his career and was too busy trying to make his clients happy to realize that he was missing out on what made him happy.

There were things I could relate to with this book.  My job doesn’t always make me happy – but it pays the bills and so I can’t really do much about leaving it.  However, I do need to take the time to do things that make me happy, which in a way, is why I started this blog.  I always wanted to run an online magazine when I was a kid, and this is the closest I think I am going to get to that (for now).  So I write about what makes me happy and then that gives me an excuse to continue to do more and more things that make me happy.  So what if my weekends are constantly booked up months in advance with concerts – sometimes I am with friends I have not seen in years and other times I am just checking out a band that I love alone and making new friends.  I may not get in as much sleep as I should be – but so what? I’m happy!

Want to find out how to catch happy yourself? Look for How To Catch Happy on Amazon!

About the Book

Are you happy? Do you want to be? How To Catch Happy, from Jim F. Kukral, is a reminder of how to reconnect with the the inner happiness inside you.

This short read will inspire you to take another look at your life and career and reexamine your priorities.

Got 15-minutes to rediscover what matters most to you?

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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