Bachelorette star Trista Sutter recently penned a new book to encourage folks to spend more time thinking positively about their lives.
Sutter reportedly put together a tome entitled Happily Ever After: The Life Changing Power of a Grateful Heart, a book that was specifically designed to help inspire folks from all walks of life. What’s more, she wants to leave behind a legacy for her children. Besides The Bachelorette, of course.
“Every day on social media I post my favorite part of the day (#favpartofday) as a way to focus on the positive and think about the good things, especially if it was a not so great part of the day. I just want to be able to put something out into the universe that inspires people,” she told KKTV.
The author added, “Do something that consciously you are choosing to be grateful for like doing your favorite part of the day. I got my kids gratitude journals and have them each write in them or draw a picture.”
Trista Sutter said that the book chronicles her mission to put forth a positive and grateful attitude each and every day. Although she said her life is definitely filled with a few “magical moments,” the book’s focus isn’t just about finding the proverbial “happily ever after.”
“Yes, I write about meeting and marrying the wonderful man I call my husband, but that story is part of a bigger picture… part of the picture of gratitude that has been such a powerful force in finding my life’s happiness,” Sutter explained.
Trista Sutter firmly believes that embracing a “grateful heart” means that you will leave a much happier existence. Judging from the reviews currently posted over at Amazon, a few people tend to agree with the message she’s trying to put across to readers.
Sutter also found success on a dating program with a history of producing failed relationships. Despite the odds, Trista and Ryan Sutter have managed to make their relationship work. The writer said that it really all came down to perfect timing.
“I think if you compare ‘The Bachelor’ and ‘Bachelorette’ to real world, it’s probably not that different in that how many relationships do you go through before you find the one that you want to spend the rest of your life with. But we just had all the components—trust, honesty, respect, love, commitment, friendship, humor—you know, all of those things wrapped into one,” she recently explained.
If you don’t have the money to splurge on Trista Sutter’s new book, then you can always follow the writer and former Bachelorette star on Twitter.