Mohrbooks Literary Agency
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Perigee (2016-03-18)
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Final Pages
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Self-help, personal development & practical advice


An Inspiring Guide to Discovering Effortless Joy

by Saviuc, Luminita Daniela

Based on a phenomenally popular blog post, a simple and counterintuitive approach to finding true joy.

When founder Luminita Saviuc posted her simple list of things to let go of in order to be happy, she had no idea that it would go viral, shared more than one million times and counting, and be called "the most viral self-development article in the history of the internet." Based on that inspiring post, this heartfelt book gives readers permission to give up--that is, to let go of the bad habits that are holding them back from achieving authentic happiness.

Chapters include:
• Give Up the Past
• Give Up Your Limiting Beliefs
• Give Up Blaming Others
• Give Up the Need to Always Be Right
• Give Up Labels
• Give Up Attachment

Simple yet wise, and informed by the authors’ own inspiring personal journey, this is a relatable and fresh take on happiness advice that gives readers permission to stop trying so hard and simply let things go.

Born in Romania, Luminita Daniela Saviuc is the creator of, a popular blog with a large and active social media following (I’m working on getting international stats for you). Until recently, she also held the role of product development lead at Mindvalley, one of the largest online publishers of personal development content in the world.

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Luminita's wisdom radiates from her soul. Her writing, peppered with personal stories, quotes and insights have inspired millions. Which is why some of her posts have become among the most shared personal growth content in Facebook history. This book expands upon her ideas and teaches people how to capture that elusive things we all want most in life - happiness.

Quote: Vishen Lakhiani

Arabic: Jarir ; Chinese (Simplified): Beijing Standway Books ; Czech: Grada ; Korean: Melon ; Romanian: Litera ; Turkish: Butik Yayincilik

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