1,033 Reasons to Smile by Elizabeth Dutton

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With all the impending doomsday predictions everyone is looking for a reason to smile these days. And why not? Smiling has been shown to relieve stress, boost the immune system, release endorphins, and even make us more attractive. It’s the natural drug. So put down the Xanax and pick up a copy of 1,033 Reasons to Smile. Whether it’s the sight of baby animals wrestling each other or watching pigeons fight over a Cheeto, there are more than enough funny, silly, and downright weird reasons to put a smile on your face inside this little book of joy, including:

     • When the person in the next lane lets you ahead of them in heavy traffic
     • When you finally get back into your own bed after being away from home
     • You check the calendar on a Friday and realize that Monday is a holiday

We're all looking for a reason to smile these days. Here's 1,033 of them.

About Elizabeth Dutton

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Elizabeth Dutton is an expert in smiling, as she does so quite often. While to some this may look as if she is simply a grinning idiot, she is confident that in even the darkest moments, there is something out there to smile about. A Californian who has found refuge in the South, she has a couple degrees from a couple of schools and writes constantly, which also makes her smile.
Published September 1, 2011 by Skyhorse Publishing. 208 pages
Genres: Self Help, Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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