Gretchen Rubin Quotes

25 of the best book quotes from Gretchen Rubin
  1. #1
    “Look for happiness under your own roof.”
  2. #2
    “We must exercise ourselves in the things which bring happiness, since, if that be present, we have everything, and, if that be absent, all our actions are directed toward attaining it.”
  3. #3
    “Laughter is more than just a pleasurable activity...When people laugh together, they tend to talk and touch more and to make eye contact more frequently.”
  4. #4
    “Look for happiness under your own roof.”
  5. #5
    “Happiness is the meaning and purpose of life, the whole aim and end of human existence.”
  6. #6
    “What you do every day matters more than what you do once in a while.”
  7. #7
    “Look for happiness under your own roof.”
  8. #8
    “It’s about living in the moment and appreciating the smallest things. Surrounding yourself with the things that inspire you and letting go of the obsessions that want to take over your mind. It is a daily struggle sometimes and hard work but happiness begins with your own attitude and how you look at the world.”
  1. #9
    “‘Nothing,’ wrote Tolstoy, ‘can make our life, or the lives of other people, more beautiful than perpetual kindness.‘”
  2. #10
    “When I thought about why I was sometimes reluctant to push myself, I realized that it was because I was afraid of failure - but in order to have more success, I needed to be willing to accept more failure.”
  3. #11
    “Enthusiasm is more important than innate ability, it turns out, because the single more important element in developing an expertise is your willingness to practice.”
  4. #12
    “I can DO ANYTHING I want, but I can’t DO EVERYTHING I want.”
  5. #13
    “The days are long, but the years are short.”
  6. #14
    “One of the best ways to make yourself happy is to make other people happy. One of the best ways to make other people happy is to be happy yourself.”
  7. #15
    “The things that go wrong often make the best memories.”
  8. #16
    “Sometimes I succeed, sometimes I fail, but every day is a clean slate and a fresh opportunity”

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  1. #17
    “Studies show that aggressively expressing anger doesn’t relieve anger but amplifies it. On the other hand, not expressing anger often allows it to disappear without leaving ugly traces.”
  2. #18
    “It’s easy to be heavy; hard to be light.”
  3. #19
    “When I find myself focusing overmuch on the anticipated future happiness of arriving at a certain goal, I remind myself to ‘Enjoy now’. If I can enjoy the present, I don’t need to count on the happiness that is (or isn’t) waiting for me in the future”.”
  4. #20
    “The First Splendid Truth: To be happy, I need to think about feeling good, feeling bad, and feeling right, in an atmosphere of growth.”
  5. #21
    “Never start a sentence with the words ‘No offense.‘”
  6. #22
    “I grasped two things: I wasn’t as happy as I could be, and my life wasnt going to change unless I made it change.”
  7. #23
    “He is my fate. He’s my soul mate. He pervades my whole existence. So, of course, I often ignore him.”
  8. #24
    “The belief that unhappiness is selfless and happiness is selfish is misguided. It’s more selfless to act happy. It takes energy, generosity, and discipline to be unfailingly lighthearted, yet everyone takes the happy person for granted. No one is careful of his feelings or tries to keep his spirits high. He seems self-sufficient; he becomes a cushion for others. And because happiness seems unforced, that person usually gets no credit.”
  9. #25
    “[Benjamin Franklin]identified thirteen virtues he wanted to cultivate--temperance, silence, order, resolution, frugality, industry, sincerity, justice, moderation, cleanliness, tranquility, chastity and humility--and made a chart with those virtues plotted against the days of the week. Each day, Franklin would score himself on whether he practiced those thirteen virtues.”
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