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    A guide to finding interesting things to do

    This is an interesting book wherein the author, “Howie Junkie” presents his outlook on life- there is no reason why we all shouldn’t enjoy life to the fullest and do something exciting today and every day. One doesn’t have to wait for a vacation to begin in order to experience something new. You can create your own daily adventures and have a happier and fulfilled life. I don't think anyone would disagree with him; we are all trying to find ways to be happier. The 31 pages of this Kindle book make it more of a lengthy pamphlet than an in-depth how-to manual. I read through the entire thing in about 15 minutes. The writing style and format is such that you don’t really have to read the pages – it feels more like skimming. None of the ideas feel overly original but it serves as a good collection of practical gathered wisdom. For example, the author mentions that our bodies release natural drugs when we participate in anything ‘adventurous.’ Thus, we can stimulate our bodies to release those certain chemicals by making sure that we experience those types of triggering activities daily. Of course, this is what we do when we go to the theme park and ride the rollercoaster; we make our bodies release chemicals which we enjoy. Likewise, this book presents ideas to the reader on how best we can induce happiness all the time through changing up our daily routine. There are very practical modern-day examples of activities one can do to ‘spice up’ your life. Facebook groups are mentioned, gathering friends for a themed party, using search engines and websites to find out what interesting things are going on locally. The book is really a collection of very practical ideas to help you get out of your shell; find your fun, as well as your adventure.

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