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What’s the actual secret to happiness? Great memories! Meik Wiking—happiness researcher and New York Times bestselling author of The Little Book of Hygge and The Little Book of Lykke—shows us how to create memories that make life sweet in this charming book. Do you remember your first kiss? The day you graduated? Your favorite vacation? Or the best meal you ever had? Memories are What’s the actual secret to happiness? Great memories! Meik Wiking—happiness researcher and New York Times bestselling author of The Little Book of Hygge and The Little Book of Lykke—shows us how to create memories that make life sweet in this charming book. Do you remember your first kiss? The day you graduated? Your favorite vacation? Or the best meal you ever had? Memories are the cornerstones of our identity, shaping who we are, how we act, and how we feel. In his work as a happiness researcher, Meik Wiking has learned that people are happier if they hold a positive, nostalgic view of the past. But how do we make and keep the memories that bring us lasting joy? The Art of Making Memories examines how mental images are made, stored, and recalled in our brains, as well as the “art of letting go”—why we tend to forget certain moments to make room for deeper, more meaningful ones. Meik uses data, interviews, global surveys, and real-life experiments to explain the nuances of nostalgia and the different ways we form memories around our experiences and recall them—revealing the power that a “first time” has on our recollections, and why a piece of music, a smell, or a taste can unexpectedly conjure a moment from the past. Ultimately, Meik shows how we each can create warm memories that will stay with us for years. Combining his signature charm with Scandinavian forthrightness, filled with infographics, illustrations, and photographs, and featuring “Happy Memory Tips,” The Art of Making Memories is an inspiration meditation and practical handbook filled with ideas to help us make the memories that will bring us joy throughout our lives.


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What’s the actual secret to happiness? Great memories! Meik Wiking—happiness researcher and New York Times bestselling author of The Little Book of Hygge and The Little Book of Lykke—shows us how to create memories that make life sweet in this charming book. Do you remember your first kiss? The day you graduated? Your favorite vacation? Or the best meal you ever had? Memories are What’s the actual secret to happiness? Great memories! Meik Wiking—happiness researcher and New York Times bestselling author of The Little Book of Hygge and The Little Book of Lykke—shows us how to create memories that make life sweet in this charming book. Do you remember your first kiss? The day you graduated? Your favorite vacation? Or the best meal you ever had? Memories are the cornerstones of our identity, shaping who we are, how we act, and how we feel. In his work as a happiness researcher, Meik Wiking has learned that people are happier if they hold a positive, nostalgic view of the past. But how do we make and keep the memories that bring us lasting joy? The Art of Making Memories examines how mental images are made, stored, and recalled in our brains, as well as the “art of letting go”—why we tend to forget certain moments to make room for deeper, more meaningful ones. Meik uses data, interviews, global surveys, and real-life experiments to explain the nuances of nostalgia and the different ways we form memories around our experiences and recall them—revealing the power that a “first time” has on our recollections, and why a piece of music, a smell, or a taste can unexpectedly conjure a moment from the past. Ultimately, Meik shows how we each can create warm memories that will stay with us for years. Combining his signature charm with Scandinavian forthrightness, filled with infographics, illustrations, and photographs, and featuring “Happy Memory Tips,” The Art of Making Memories is an inspiration meditation and practical handbook filled with ideas to help us make the memories that will bring us joy throughout our lives.

30 review for The Art of Making Memories: How to Create and Remember Happy Moments

  1. 5 out of 5

    Brooke — brooklynnnnereads

    Everything about this book is beautiful and stunning, from the physical book to the inner content. Whether it be the simple details in the illustrated graphics or the breathtaking photographs, everything within this book was well thought of and done with intention. The layout, the content, the writing--all of this combined into a beautiful book that captured the message by leaving an impression and "making a memory" for me. As someone who's incredibly nostalgic and sentimental, this book was a p Everything about this book is beautiful and stunning, from the physical book to the inner content. Whether it be the simple details in the illustrated graphics or the breathtaking photographs, everything within this book was well thought of and done with intention. The layout, the content, the writing--all of this combined into a beautiful book that captured the message by leaving an impression and "making a memory" for me. As someone who's incredibly nostalgic and sentimental, this book was a perfect read for me, especially during a difficult time where I felt that I was struggling and becoming somewhat 'jaded' in everyday moments. This book was a helpful reminder of what truly matters in life and showed how to work on getting back to appreciating those moments. Whether this book is placed on a bookshelf to be read or used as a beautiful coffee table book, I think it will be beneficial to anyone that picks this up. It's one of those books that's so important and pure, it focuses on what matters the most in life and gives assistance to help the reader on their own personal journey. Even those that think they live a full life of gratitude could benefit from the information contained in these pages. I know I will take some of the content from this book and it will stay with me. I'm going to try and incorporate some of the suggestions into my own life--even if it takes a couple of tries. This book is definitely one that would be worth reading periodically to bring back the balance into everyday life. ***Thank you to Penguin Random House Canada for sending me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review***

  2. 5 out of 5

    Inge

    I absolutely adore Meik Wiking's books. They're like a hug in book form, perfect for reading with a mug of your favourite hot drink for the ultimate feeling of comfort and warmth.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alisha

    This was an enjoyable look at the science of memory and how our memories affect our happiness. The format of the book makes for very easy and pleasant reading, with brief but well-written subsections and beautiful illustrations and photos. Any reader will find food for thought here about how to process the big and little things in life so as to have a deep reservoir of meaningful memories in the story that you narrate about your own life. I especially loved the advice to "harness the p This was an enjoyable look at the science of memory and how our memories affect our happiness. The format of the book makes for very easy and pleasant reading, with brief but well-written subsections and beautiful illustrations and photos. Any reader will find food for thought here about how to process the big and little things in life so as to have a deep reservoir of meaningful memories in the story that you narrate about your own life. I especially loved the advice to "harness the power of firsts" by seeking out novel experiences and "outsource memory" by recording what you experience--and not just in photos, which can actually decrease your ability to pay attention to the moment. For, as Confucius says, "The palest ink is better than the best memory." I thought there were some really handy suggestions about how to diminish the pull of your devices so that you are more capable of focusing on the moment. The author also addresses subjects such as the forgetting curve and the challenge of an overly curated memory bank that you create on social media. This author is very amusing, but the FUNNIEST section was where he briefly muses on why people are so excited about football and what the world would be like if people were equally passionate about, for instance, origami. (To a non-sports-enthusiast, this whole section will have you standing and applauding.) I recommend this quick and pleasant read to everyone. Thanks to Edelweiss for this advance review copy!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Стоянка

    Amazing heart-warming book about happy memories and their retention in a life-long plan.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Alzbeta

    Well written and researched, heart-warming, funny, and so incredibly beautiful! I absolutely adored Meik Wiking's previous two books and this one did not disappoint - thoroughly enjoyed every page.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Zachary Houle

    When it comes to my memories, I have to say that they usually aren’t positive ones. The first thing that pops into my head is an instance of when I was in Grade Seven French class, and I pronounced a word in class out loud in a high falsetto voice. The teacher thought I was making fun of her (and I probably was), so she shipped me out to the Principal’s office to phone home about what I’d done. I remember the bus ride home that day, feeling dread in the pit of my stomach at confronting my mother When it comes to my memories, I have to say that they usually aren’t positive ones. The first thing that pops into my head is an instance of when I was in Grade Seven French class, and I pronounced a word in class out loud in a high falsetto voice. The teacher thought I was making fun of her (and I probably was), so she shipped me out to the Principal’s office to phone home about what I’d done. I remember the bus ride home that day, feeling dread in the pit of my stomach at confronting my mother and explaining my boorish behaviour to her. It was a sunny day, and that trip home seemed to take hours and not minutes. So, as you can see, I tend to think of the negative first, so when Meik Wiking’s The Art of Making Memories: How to Create and Remember Happy Moments crossed my plate, I jumped at the chance to read it. Now that I’m approaching my 44th birthday, I wanted to know how I can create more positive memories for the second half of my life to make up for the seeming paucity of good ones in the first half. Now, what this book won’t necessarily do is instantly make you forget all of your bad memories. As author Meik Wiking, a chatty and affable Danish man who has a current job as a happiness researcher (yes, such a profession exists!), will tell you, we all have to take the good with the bad. (To prove it, he recounts an episode from his first day on the job in government where he had unknowingly stepped in dog poop, and managed to stain the carpet in his new office building with it as he walked along.) However, Wiking challenges readers to take ownership of the bad memories so that they don’t take over your thoughts. So I suppose I just did that with the French lesson in the first paragraph of this review, using it as more of an instructive tool to illustrate a point rather than simply be something bad that takes up a lot of space. (See, this book is helpful!) Read the rest of the review here: https://medium.com/@zachary_houle/a-r...

  7. 4 out of 5

    Britt Margit

    A lovely little book. Meik successfully blends psychology and lifestyle into a fun, easy read filled with fun facts you’ll be hard-pressed to forget. I guffawed through repeated mentions of ripped Santa, the hippo director, and pineapples (you had to be there / you’ll have to read it). Plus, the illustrations are beautiful - a perfect mix of traditional and modern/clean Scandinavian design.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Fully.Booked

    ⭐⭐⭐.5/5 - Short, sweet and just the right amount of funny! The Art of Making Memories explores how we can create and remember happy moments! This book is narrated by happiness researcher Meik Wiking, who’s title seriously makes me think that I might’ve picked the wrong career path😂 I was really happy to see that his tips were backed up by research but I will say that, for a book that emphasizes memory, some tips weren’t memorable for me🙈 That said, the research points were and I also ⭐️⭐️⭐️.5/5 - Short, sweet and just the right amount of funny! The Art of Making Memories explores how we can create and remember happy moments! This book is narrated by happiness researcher Meik Wiking, who’s title seriously makes me think that I might’ve picked the wrong career path😂 I was really happy to see that his tips were backed up by research but I will say that, for a book that emphasizes memory, some tips weren’t memorable for me🙈 That said, the research points were and I also realize that I can pick the book up at anytime... overall, I did really enjoy it! It was light and informative!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Andreea Chiuaru

    Pe cât de mult mi-au plăcut primele lui două cărți, pe atât de mult mi-a dizplăcut asta. Am vrut să-mi placă, chiar am vrut, doar că nu am regăsit căldura și nici informațiile din micile lui enciclopedii. Glumițe proaste („gândiți-vă la Kanehman ca la un Beyonce”?!), 80% fraze de umplutură și 20% studii care au legătură cu memoria & alte subiecte adiacente. Singurul lucru care mi-a plăcut, de fapt, a fost ediția frumoasă. Păcat că nu simt să o păstrez în bibliotecă.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Christine Spoors

    This was a great book, exploring memories, the way they are stored and with some tips on how we can better hold onto memories of our happiest moments. I always love these books as they make me think about my day to day life & remind me to try and have fun. I did find that this book seemed to spend a lot more time talking about research than Wiking’s first two, but it was a good read.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    Such a comforting read, both informative and humorous.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kate Mclaughlin

    What a truly delightful and insightful read. I have enjoyed all of Meik Wiking's books but this one is more poinient for me than most. Memories are essentially all we have in the end and some don't even get to keep those. but reading this book has made me think more about how we create memories, its not just doing exciting or adventurous things, though those are great, it's a conversation with a loved one, a story shared, even a scent of a moment. As readers we may be unconciously awa What a truly delightful and insightful read. I have enjoyed all of Meik Wiking's books but this one is more poinient for me than most. Memories are essentially all we have in the end and some don't even get to keep those. but reading this book has made me think more about how we create memories, its not just doing exciting or adventurous things, though those are great, it's a conversation with a loved one, a story shared, even a scent of a moment. As readers we may be unconciously aware of the points this book drawers upon but reading this has broughts these ideas into focus. In particular I found the 'sketch of the future, helpful and will be drawering upon its advice in the coming months. My thanks to #Netgalley, #PenguinBooksand #PenguinLife for giving me the opportunity to read and review #TheArtOfMakingMemories. I rate this book a 5 star read but there is no higher praise for a book than being given a copy and then for it to be that good that you go out and by not only a copy for yourself but also a friend, which is what I have done.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    A heart-warming and joyful book, it has been a real delight to read. The style of writing is fluid and light, with a gentle, humorous tone. The book is divided into eight chapters, each exploring the way we make and recall memories with plenty of anecdotes from the author. I found it a fascinating and educational read. It inspires you to think about your experiences and the way you would like to recall them. The final section provides a calendar of ideas to make the most of your happy memories t A heart-warming and joyful book, it has been a real delight to read. The style of writing is fluid and light, with a gentle, humorous tone. The book is divided into eight chapters, each exploring the way we make and recall memories with plenty of anecdotes from the author. I found it a fascinating and educational read. It inspires you to think about your experiences and the way you would like to recall them. The final section provides a calendar of ideas to make the most of your happy memories throughout the year. I enjoyed this book so much and want to pass on the joy, so I will be buying a copy for all my loved ones. I received a free review copy of the book from the publisher in exchange for my honest and unedited review.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sabrina

    Wer erinnert sich nicht gerne an glückliche Momente, ob nun an Lebenshöhepunkte oder Kleinigkeiten wie zarte Sonnenstrahlen, der Duft nach Kaffee oder, oder, oder… Autor Meik Wiking ist Glücksforscher und hat sich beruflich und auch privat dem Thema verschrieben. Neben wissenschaftlichen Fakten bringt er zahlreiche, eigene Erfahrungen in das Buch ein. Wer ein reines Sachbuch erwartet, wird das so nicht in der klassischen Form vorfinden (und eventuell enttäuscht, allerdings lässt schon ein Blick Wer erinnert sich nicht gerne an glückliche Momente, ob nun an Lebenshöhepunkte oder Kleinigkeiten wie zarte Sonnenstrahlen, der Duft nach Kaffee oder, oder, oder… Autor Meik Wiking ist Glücksforscher und hat sich beruflich und auch privat dem Thema verschrieben. Neben wissenschaftlichen Fakten bringt er zahlreiche, eigene Erfahrungen in das Buch ein. Wer ein reines Sachbuch erwartet, wird das so nicht in der klassischen Form vorfinden (und eventuell enttäuscht, allerdings lässt schon ein Blick ins Buch erkennen, dass es kein „richtiges“ Sachbuch ist), trotzdem hat es mich überzeugt. Schnell habe gemerkt, dass das Buch als solches viele schöne Erinnerungen weckt und es enthält neben den schönen, ansprechenden Bildern so tolle Zitate und auch sprachliche Bilder (das Seepferdchen im Regiesessel werde ich wohl nicht mehr vergessen). Mich hat das wirklich sehr positiv überrascht. Das Buch muss nicht streng chronologisch gelesen werden und ich habe mich immer wieder dabei ertappt, dass ich immer wieder mal nach hinten blättere und schon Sachen lese, die gerade mein Interesse wecken. Gelegentlich lockten mich auch die wunderschönen Bilder an, meist waren es aber die gut übersichtlichen und ansprechenden Grafiken, die mein Interesse weckten. Bei den Bildern fand ich es schade, dass nicht überall dabei stand, wo die Bilder aufgenommen wurden. Obwohl das Buch einlud immer wieder in Erinnerungen zu schwelgen, hatte ich es recht schnell gelesen. Mich hat es sehr gut unterhalten, wenn ich auch gemerkt habe, dass es für mich selbst kaum Neues bietet, da ich sehr viel davon schon mal irgendwo mitbekommen oder gelesen habe oder aber intuitiv richtig gemacht habe . Trotzdem ist es schön alles Mal so nett zusammengestellt zu sehen. Toll finde ich, dass der Autor ermutigt immer wieder Neues auszutesten, Einmaliges zu erleben und auch Peinlichkeiten mehr oder weniger was abgewinnen kann. Der Autor gibt Tipps, wie man mit Peinlichkeiten umgehen kann oder auch, wie man sich mit einer Ananas unvergesslich machen kann. Im Übrigen hat das Buch auch so manches Alltagsproblemchen nachvollziehbar erklärt. Stichwort ist hier der „Tür-Effekt“, zu dem ich aus Gründen des Spoilerns nicht näher eingehen möchte. Am Ende gibt der Autor noch in einer Art Kalender Tipps zum Schaffen schöner Erinnerungen – diesen fand ich nicht ganz gelungen, aber das fällt nicht zu sehr ins Gewicht. Neben dem ansprechenden Inhalt ist das Buch auch optisch und haptisch einfach gelungen und bietet sich daher auch als Geschenk an.

  15. 4 out of 5

    kogellmogell

    Kojarzycie może "Hygge. Klucz do szczęścia" Meik'a Wiking'a? Ja akurat tego "Hygge" nie czytałam, ale miałam okazję poznać inne jego odpowiedniki i mniej więcej wiem na czym ta umiejętność polega. Natomiast teraz, wspomniany już autor przygotował dla nas książkę "Sztuka tworzenia wspomnień", która jest swego rodzaju przewodnikiem po świecie wspomnień. Zastanawialiście się kiedyś, dlaczego jedne wspomnienia zapadają nam głęboko w pamięć, a inne nie? Ja szczerze mówiąc, nigdy wcześniej o tym Kojarzycie może "Hygge. Klucz do szczęścia" Meik'a Wiking'a? Ja akurat tego "Hygge" nie czytałam, ale miałam okazję poznać inne jego odpowiedniki i mniej więcej wiem na czym ta umiejętność polega. Natomiast teraz, wspomniany już autor przygotował dla nas książkę "Sztuka tworzenia wspomnień", która jest swego rodzaju przewodnikiem po świecie wspomnień. Zastanawialiście się kiedyś, dlaczego jedne wspomnienia zapadają nam głęboko w pamięć, a inne nie? Ja szczerze mówiąc, nigdy wcześniej o tym nie myślałam, ale zmieniło się to w chwili, w której przeczytałam opis książki ze zdjęcia, a później jej wnętrze. Meik Wiking postanowił zgłębić ten jakże ciekawy i pasjonujący temat i podzielić się z nami swoimi spostrzeżeniami, zdobytą wiedzą, oraz wynikami dogłębnych i długotrwałych badań. Jak możemy przeczytać w jego najnowszej książce, udało mu się znaleźć odpowiedź na pytanie, jak tworzyć dobre wspomnienia, w jaki sposób jesteśmy w stanie kreować szczęśliwe chwile i co zrobić, aby zapisały się w naszej pamięci na zawsze. Ponadto dowiódł, że istnieje prawdopodobieństwo stworzenia idealnych wspomnień, które na swój sposób czynią nas tymi, kim jesteśmy. Meik zwrócił moją uwagę na to, że niektóre z naszych wspomnień potrafimy podporządkować do znajomego zapachu, ulubionej potrawy, znanej nam muzyki, czy nawet dobrać odpowiednie wspomnienie do nastroju jaki towarzyszył nam w danej chwili. Czytając o tym uświadomiłam sobie, że rzeczywiście coś w tym jest. Co równie istotne, zachęca swoich czytelników do odwiedzania miejsc, które przypominają nam szczęśliwe chwile, do prowadzenia pamiętnika, najlepiej takiego w którym zawrzemy jak najwięcej szczegółów, oraz do robienia sobie co jakiś czas cyfrowych detoksów, które pomogą pobudzić nasze zmysły. Oczywiście to, o czym dzisiaj piszę, to zaledwie malutki wycinek odkryć Meik'a. Chciałam w Was jedynie wzbudzić ciekawość i zachęcić do sięgnięcia po tą inspirującą i dość innowacyjną pozycję. Po ten miniporadnik, który urzekł mnie nie tylko bogatą treścią, ale również swoją szatą graficzną. W tej niepozornej książeczce znajdziecie całe mnóstwo pięknych zdjęć, rysunków, kolorowych wykresów i tabelek, które znacznie umilą Wam czytanie.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    "Memories are the cornerstone of our identity, shaping who we are, how we act, and how we feel." • Thoughts~ This book is a gem! Wiking has done it again! If you haven't checked out his previous books I reccomend thoes also. This book looks at the science of making memories. Great memories being the secret to happiness. Delving into how our brains make, store and forget certain memories, and how our memories affect our overall happiness. So much research went into this book. And t "Memories are the cornerstone of our identity, shaping who we are, how we act, and how we feel." • Thoughts~ This book is a gem! Wiking has done it again! If you haven't checked out his previous books I reccomend thoes also. This book looks at the science of making memories. Great memories being the secret to happiness. Delving into how our brains make, store and forget certain memories, and how our memories affect our overall happiness. So much research went into this book. And there is a definitely a lot to unpack, but its full of insight, guidance and charm. As well as beautiful photos and artwork throughout. I particularly loved the last section that offers ways to plan for a memorable year with month to month things to focus on. Dont let the "Self Help" label scare you off. There is definitely something to be taken away from in this one. • Thank You to the publisher for #gifting me this book opinions are my own. • For more of my book content check out instagram.com/bookalong

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lindy

    I had the day off of work and wasn't sure how to spend it. So I googled "what to do with your day off" and was drawn to one of the first prompts: spend the whole day reading a book. So I headed to the nearest library, one I hadn't been to before. A large structure that was right next to a park. I walked in and near the entrance, there was a shelf for New Releases and there sitting by itself, propped away from the other books what this one. I found a small, quiet seat on the upper level of t I had the day off of work and wasn't sure how to spend it. So I googled "what to do with your day off" and was drawn to one of the first prompts: spend the whole day reading a book. So I headed to the nearest library, one I hadn't been to before. A large structure that was right next to a park. I walked in and near the entrance, there was a shelf for New Releases and there sitting by itself, propped away from the other books what this one. I found a small, quiet seat on the upper level of the library, facing the trees and in the warm sunlight. I settled myself in and explored the book on making memories. This book is beautiful. eloquent. It makes me want to be soft and kind. It makes me want to create memories everyday. It is a lovely reminder that we have only one life, so make the absolute most of it.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Natalie Wisz

    LOVED this! It's not what you might expect--it's pretty loaded with research studies and findings (which made my psychology-degreed brain happy!). Meik makes it approachable and easy to read, though, and he's very funny and witty! The book covers living intentionally, the effect of devices on our attention spans, the science of thought processing, selective attention and memory recall, context triggers, flashbulb memories, the Mandela effect, and so forth. It's chock full of research-based evide LOVED this! It's not what you might expect--it's pretty loaded with research studies and findings (which made my psychology-degreed brain happy!). Meik makes it approachable and easy to read, though, and he's very funny and witty! The book covers living intentionally, the effect of devices on our attention spans, the science of thought processing, selective attention and memory recall, context triggers, flashbulb memories, the Mandela effect, and so forth. It's chock full of research-based evidence on how we create memories and, from that information, Meik postulates that we can use this knowledge to become more adept at remembering the things we want to remember. Great read!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Mae Leveson

    Having read Meik Wiking’s two previous books, I expected to enjoy his third offering to the same degree. I found the start of the book quite dry and the statistics not particularly interesting. The best part of the book was the final chapter of ideas for making happy memories each month of the year, which included a link to the website, Action For Happiness. As someone who struggles to remember what happened last week (now I know why), I will make more of an effort to create lasting memories.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ileana

    Having read the other two books written by Meik Wiking, I expected something else. This book is all about pseudo-science, everything is built on individual observations that are not supported by medical research/information. The book is not fun, is not easy to read, it was boring and it was just the perspective of Wiking, contemplating the situation of getting old.

  21. 4 out of 5

    JLS10

    This book was humorous, nostalgic, well-researched and interesting. If you plan to read this, I recommend the actual book version vs. a device. It’s a beautiful book and I feel much of that would be missing on an electronic device. The one drawback though is the font is very small, so that could be an issue for some.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Alex Belinda

    Compared to the other two books he wrote this is pretty dry. That being said it's something I wish I read before high school. It talks about the way the brain remembers things and how to recall things from the past. Definitely a book for everyone. I love all the ideas on how to create memories for the future

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lacey Bordewick

    Meik Wiking is hilarious in an understated way. His humor made the book really enjoyable. The main reason I loved this book is that it told me to travel more. I’m always looking for validation to take more trips!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Dana Biscotti

    Enjoyed Meik Wiking's intriguing treatise on memories and learning tips for what we can do to improve ours, especially in the area of creating joyful memorable moments. Looking forward to his next book. (But no pressure to get writing, Mr. Wiking! Enjoy your book tour first!)

  25. 5 out of 5

    Nik

    I loved it but wasn’t sure I loved it as much as his other 2 books, until I read the very last chapter. Meik you’ve done it again, thank you! 🙏🏻

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lynne

    3.5 stars RTC

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jenn

    THE LITTLE BOOK OF HYGGE is still my favorite, but I did appreciate that this made me think about making happy memories and ways to safeguard them for the future.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Diana

    This is a pretty quick read about how to make lasting memories and things we can do to make our lives more full and memories more vivid. It follows much of what I've read before, largely in time management books, but it was nice to have it all laid out with the emphasis on memories.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Wafic

    I enjoyed reading this book, it seems that reading about happiness makes us happy, thank you Meik.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Megan Royals

    I loved this book! The formatting and pictures were beautiful and the content was fascinating.

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