20. Happier at home by Gretchen Rubin
Easy to read and full of insights. This was my daughters book choice but I have become a big fan too. Gretchen invites you into a small slice of her life and passions at home in New York and her relationships and interactions with family. After reading this I looked at her website and as a lover of lists and Chinese culture, was intrigued by her listing of personal auspicious symbols, and some of the personal lists of her readers. Blog lists and challenges are often very creative and inventive and draw readers in to want to participate too.