Written from a been there , discovered this and it really works perspective, Wellbeing Educator and Speaker Janni Goss introduces a world of wellness that is both easy to understand and so simple to carry out and enjoy, so much so that taking responsibility for your own health and wellbeing becomes a happy component of everyday life.
The benefits of reading and working your way through this refreshing look at creating positive change and positive emotion are life changing, as they focus on what could be considered as a wellness check for your mind, body and soul, tapping into the massive benefits of laughter, exercise, knowledge and something rather intriguing, Laughter Yoga.
Goss, over the course of her life has faced up to some tough stuff, earning a permanent dose of PTSD, otherwise referred to as Pissed–Off and Totally Stressed-out Disorder, giving this debilitating condition a much more user friendly term. She had to learn to live a healthy and happy life, or face the alternative, and so she set out to discover a better and much happier way to live. In Love, Laughter and Longevity she shares all the many things she discovered on her journey to wellbeing.
As each of the chapters deals with different issues, such as how to better understand the trigger points which lead to poor health and stress, offering alternatives, particularly laughter, which is definitely considered the best medicine, to enable serious and healthy changes in your life.
For anyone who is, or has ever suffered with stress, dis-stress or dis-ease, is aging and facing some hard facts, or simply wants to have a happier, more relaxed feeling as they travel life pathways, this book is a definite must read.
Filled with information on all the most important aspects of ageing and wellbeing, each chapter has details and references that can be followed up at a later date, along with a little section at the end with pertinent questions to be answered. This certainly helps identify any aspects which could to with a little bit of extra help, as the object is to be able to enjoy every moment of Healthy Longevity by outsmarting that nasty little creature called Stress, which has a bad habit of working its way into your life, almost undetected.
There are also some serious funny, pointed and laugh out loud quotes throughout the book, adding a light and happy touch to a subject that should be dear to everyone hearts, that of living a happy, healthy and enjoyable life
In the immortal words of Mark Twain: ‘Life is short. Break the rules. Forgive quickly. Kiss slowly. Love truly, laugh uncontrollably and never regret ANYTHING that makes you smile’.
And remember. ‘We who laugh…….last’.