This book was given to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review
This book explores the things that make for a contented life; arguing that money and possessions don’t always make us feel happy. The author, utilizing personal experience and academic sources, argues that, in order to live a contented life, a person needs to live a fulfilled life connected to a close knit community.
This book didn’t blow me away. Much of the argument seemed obvious. But, it’s a pleasant read and could be a great primer for those new to the subject.