I am a huge stationery hoarder (if you hadn’t already guessed that), so when I took a trip into my favourite Paperchase store (Tottenham Court Road) and saw that they were stocking The Happiness Planner I just had to pick it up.
I’ve been lusting after a Happiness Planner for the last 2 years (since it was created) so I finally convinced myself that it was an investment to spend the 30 or so pounds on the diary.
Watch the founders story:
So what is The Happiness Planner?
It’s a beautiful planner/journal that embraces the power of positive thinking, mindfulness, gratitude, and self-development.
The founder Mo Seetubtim believes that happiness is a state of mind; it lies in the way you look at things;
- The way we look at something affects how we feel about that thing. When we change our focus or our attitude about something, our feeling about that thing also changes.
- Our brain subconsciously picks up things. We are subconsciously shaped and influenced by our environment – whether we realise it or not.
- Changing the way we look at things and the way we think is basically a habit change. We can’t just adopt a new mindset, change a habit or an attitude overnight. We have to practice it over and over until our mind is trained.
The Happiness Planner – 52 Week Planner, (White, pink and gold)
A signature gold or rose-gold pen (mine says believe in yourself and writes beautifully)
3 gold paper clips
2 gold foldback clips
4 Printable posters including; ‘change a habit in 30 days’, ‘bucket list’ and a ‘goals’ poster
This planner is the type of planner that I need in my life right now, just as I’m about to start a new chapter in my life – the year after graduating, I know this planner will help me on my way to find perspective and get my life in order.
If you’re as inspired as I am to use one of these planners then click here to look at their website to find all the designs you can get (also I am 100% going to be getting one of their Peony Planner’s to have as my new work diary).
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