The story begins under the shade of an ancient willow tree where Lucy asks a question jump-starting a conversation that will benefit anyone with questions about life, happiness or their place in the world.
Your guide on this journey is Lucy’s wise and straightforward Grandma who unfurls a lifetime of no-nonsense and practical wisdom to her granddaughter and cynical son-in-law covering everything from overcoming anger to finding love and gaining financial success.
Though her son-in-law, Stuart, objects, he quickly finds himself faced with scientific research and real-world examples that make him question his assumptions. Self-assured, kind and funny, Grandma is the ideal guide, combining philosophical musings, self-help practicality and a studied grasp of diet, psychology and brain chemistry to make her case.
This book is perfect for anyone pondering the big questions or looking to build a better life. Readers will find themselves taking away life-changing advice, even as they begin to hope that Lucy, and even good-hearted Stuart, have understood enough to apply what they’ve learned over this inspiring afternoon.