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10/27/10 2:24 P

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I read it this summer. While I kind of enjoyed it, I didn't exactly find it enlightening or relatable, like I hoped I would. It'd be nice if we could pick up and travel the world on someone else's dime to find ourselves, but it's not really realistic! (It did make me want to travel to Italy, though! :P)

If you were hoping for something you could relate to and learn something from, I highly recommend "The Happiness Project" by Gretchen Rubin. She finds happiness without leaving her home, family or job, and has some pretty interesting insights. I loved this book, and it's wayyyy more realistic!

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10/1/10 9:26 A

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Has anyone read this? What were your thoughts? I just finished it and was really not impressed. I was wondering if I was the only one who didn't like this...

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