This book is all about finding happiness in the simplest things, and learning to be content with what you have. Author David Grayson embarks on a series of adventures that take him across the country, and he discovers more joy in life by slowing down and taking things at his own pace. This enjoyable read is perfect for anyone who wants to learn how to find peace and satisfaction in their everyday lives.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for people who want to find peace and satisfaction in their everyday lives.
- The author’s easygoing and insightful writing style makes for enjoyable reading.
- The book is full of helpful tips on how to find contentment in everyday life.
- It provides a great escape from the hustle and bustle of today’s world.
- It’s a little too preachy at times.
- It can be a bit repetitive.
- Some of the stories feel like they belong in a different book altogether.
Learn more about the author
David Grayson was born in 1885 and, after a few years of college, he went on to live an interesting life. He served in World War I as an ambulance driver before beginning his career as a journalist and author. Over the course of his life, Grayson wrote more than twenty books – many of which were based on his own travels around America. He passed away in 1958 at the age of seventy-three.
“A wonderful and inspiring book that will make you appreciate the simple things in life.”
“Grayson has written a book about being content…what a refreshing change. This is not another ‘self-help’ book, but rather an enjoyable read which will cause the reader to reflect on his or her own life.”
“It is a rare find to read a book that makes you feel so content. Adventures in Contentment by David Grayson does just that. The author’s simple and eloquent writing style will transport you on an easy going journey as he encourages you to live more fully in the present.”