From the Publisher
"It's fun and goofy and light-hearted. From drawing hand turkeys, to listing your favorite scents, to describing how you'd spend an unplugged day, it's all about simple joys that are unique to you. I couldn't help but smile the whole way through." - Perfectsentiment.blogspot.com
" I cannot wait to dig in." - Kotori
"Being a fan of happiness, I was thrilled to receive a copy of "The Happy Book" for review. It's filled with creative, thought-provoking exercises to make you happy! Basically, it's a scrapbook waiting to be filled with your own happiness.
" - Paper Schmaper
"This book allows you to look past that put that negativity behind you." - Jo My Goodness
"A journal to celebrate what makes me happy? Yes, please! The book is terrific, because it's basically a place where you can document what makes you happy lots of room to write things down, questions and prompts to spark your happiness and get you thinking in a positive and fun way, and to discover and celebrate the special things that make you happy!
" - Pecannoot
The authors' premise is that if you are feeling sad and have completed the pages of this workbook, you can pick it up, read a page, and feel good again. Quotes and anecdotes fill the top and bottom of the pages, leaving the center blank for you to fill in your happiness thoughts, draw a picture of something that makes you happy, or journal about what you did on summer vacation. This is nothing more than a notebook filled with doodles and aspirations. The premise that people need to be reminded of reasons to be happy when they are feeling down is solid, but this is borderline ridiculous.