Life is Good: The Book- How to Live with Purpose and Enjoy The Ride

The new year is upon us and the resolutions we set are now being followed as we strive to make those changes in the new year. We find that with a new year, there are new opportunities, a way to start the year off with a different outlook and a somewhat fresh slate to start with. And like many, I like to seek out products, books and how to’s that can help me with achieving those goals and making the best of my new years resolutions. So when I was sent the book, Life is Good: The Book- How to Live with Purpose and Enjoy The Ride to review, I was excited to begin reading and find ways to be more optimistic in the new year!

I like that with this book, it is not only a great one to read and embrace in the new year, but also one to pass along to others so they too can benefit from the information that you can get from this read! Because with this book you can not only find some great advice, but with each copy that is purchased, 10% of the proceeds will go to help kids in need.

With the material in this book, I like that you can get great ideas and advice on how to overcome obstacles in life, embrace those opportunities no matter how big or small that might come your way and even get a good cry or two while reading some of the stories that are in the book. Along with these messages you also read about 10 superpowers that we all have that can help to make our day to day lives, well lived and happy. These “superpowers” include courage, gratitude and more. Making the book, Life is Good: The Book- How to Live with Purpose and Enjoy The Ride, a great book to get as you start your New Year and to also share with others to help make life good for others as well!


Product received, thank you to Life is Good as well as the PR for supplying me with a product for this review, all opinions are my own.


  1. Julie Wood
    January 6, 2016 / 1:44 pm

    This book sounds very interesting and a good one to read to be inspired. I will have to check out this book.

  2. Elisabeth
    January 6, 2016 / 2:10 pm

    This sounds like my kind of book!

  3. Tamra Phelps
    January 10, 2016 / 6:54 pm

    This sounds like a great 'starting over' type book. It would be nice to read this time of year when we're all trying to find a new purpose or recommit to an old one.

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