The book begins with a brief synopsis about what the book is about and different ways to use the book. Then each month begins with a thought about joy. Each day of every month has a different idea that you can use or tweak to make your own. The month ends with nuggets of joy, little thoughts on joy.
This isn't really a book to read, it's more of a book to use. But I still enjoyed reading though the ideas and nuggets. Some of them might not really apply to your specific situation. But the idea is to develop a habit of joy. So take the 30 day joy challenge and learn how to be more joyful.
Another thing that I really liked about the book was that the proceeds from the sale of the book will go towards promoting joy. All of the people who are helping to promote the book are volunteers.
The author and volunteers will send some of the cards you see below if you will follow the instructions on this website.
Also if you would like more information about spreading joy I have some additional websites for you to check out.
Money tight, but you still want to spread joy?
Read the entire book and want more ideas
I received this book free of charge in exchange for my honest review.