In this brief blog, we will discuss the happiness planner.
What is the happiness planner?
The happiness planner is a planner which can help you plan and manage your day but more importantly manage your happiness through the schedule of events you have.
The happiness planner is designed to help you live a true and fulfilled life by aligning who you want to be with what you want to do.
The happiness planner will help you embrace the idea of positive thinking, mindfulness, gratitude and self-development.
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How do you use a happiness planner?
The happiness planner will help you
Plan your day
Encourage you to set up a schedule and stick to it
Encourages you to reflect on your activities throughout the day
Encourage you to understand yourself better
Encourage you to start your day with a plan and be excited
Encourage you to be grateful at the end of the day when you
The happiness planner will allow you to get rid of things which don’t make you happy on your schedule.
The happiness planner will allow you to begin to train your mind and make it more positive
The happiness planner will also allow you to become more resilient
It will also help you do things that make you much happier
Allow you to monitor your diet and social life
The happiness planner website states “
The Happiness Roadmap: This section is designed to help you become more self-aware and understand yourself better.
It comes with questions that seem simple, yet, very crucial for you to ask yourself so that you can set goals that will make you feel truly fulfilled once you achieve them.
The Daily Pages: These pages are designed to fill your every day with inspiration, help you practice putting yourself into a positive frame of mind every morning and night, and help you cultivate habits of gratitude and introspection.
If you just focus on making each day a great day and repeat that, then you end up with a great week. And if you repeat that then you end up with a great month, a great year, and a great life.
The Reflection Pages: At the end of each week, we ask you to reflect on your week, on the highs & the lows, but more importantly, on the lessons learned and how you’d like to improve.
This section is designed to help you realize that there’s a positive side to everything.
Even a seemingly negative event teaches you something – it teaches you important lessons; it helps you grow, and oftentimes it helps you change direction.
Sections & Prompts;
New Happiness Roadmap*
100-Day Daily Pages
Daily Inspirational Quotes
Daily Focus & Goal Setting
Daily Notes & To-Dos
Daily Exercise and Meal Plans
Daily Reflection, Gratitude Log, and Positive Affirmations
Please note that quotes and inspiring words may vary from one book to another as we print a few editions throughout the year.
Nonetheless, the core content is the same. 🙂
Gold-foil stamping slipcase & hardcover
Each planner comes with its own individual slipcase
210mm x 145mm (A5)
White 100gram paper
Why 100 days?
The 100-day happiness planner comes with undated 100 daily pages for a 100-day period.
This is designed to give you the flexibility – you can start the planner whenever you like at any point in time.
We believe that in order to make an effective improvement and change in our life, we need to self-reflect periodically and track our progress as we go along.
Creating effective personal change or building a new pattern requires tremendous practice – over and over until we successfully rewire our brain and the new thought, emotional, or behavioral pattern becomes a part of who we are.
100-day is a perfect length to reap a new habit, a lifestyle change, or an attitude shift.
100 Days means 100 days of positivity, mindfulness, gratitude, and self-development.
When moving on to the next planner, you shall expect to see the improvement in yourself and set new goals that reflect what makes you happy at that point in time.”
Like people use happiness planners or write journals of their daily activities, some make a sleep diary.
If you are suffering from depression, anxiety, loneliness or any similar mental health issue then seeking help for it may be a good option.
Mental health issues such as depression, loneliness and anxiety can affect anyone of us.
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If you are under 18 then CAMHS, an NHS run programme may just be the answer for your mental health struggles.
You should look to see if you meet the CAMHS referral criteria and then fill in the CAMHS referral form.