KUSA - Gretchen Rubin, New York Times-bestselling author wants to help readers live happier lives.
Rubin started a "happiness project" five years ago and discovered what in her life made her happiest. She also found what made her most angry, bored and remorseful.
These discoveries and insight into a better life are chronicled in her book "The Happiness Project."
Rubin's latest book "Happier at Home" is a follow up to "The Happiness Project."
In "Happier at Home," Rubin finds that her home and family are the most influential to her happiness. She uses both memoir and research to find how certain factors that make a home: possessions, marriage, parenthood and others can boost happiness instead of bring it down.
She wants to inspire readers to find happiness in their own lives, without drastically changing them.
Rubin will be at the Highlands Ranch location Tattered Cover at 9315 Dorchester Street Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. for a book signing and talk.
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