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about the happiness planner

The Happiness Planner is a planner that focuses on happiness, positive thinking, mindfulness, gratitude, self-awareness, and self-development. 

It is designed to help you welcome more positivity, joy, and happiness into your life and become a happier and more positive person as a result. 

This edition is an undated 100-day planner which makes it a perfect length to reap a new habit, a lifestyle change, or an attitude shift. 

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. Hence, our Planner comes with 100 daily pages instead of 365. 

In short, while using the Happiness Planner, you will be encouraged to; 

- Integrate more of what makes you happy into your daily life 
- Plan to make changes to the things that make you unhappy 
- Set goals that you want to achieve and write down action plans 
- Start each day with an inspiring thought 
- Evaluate your energy and happiness level 
- Reflect on your day & week and see things from the positive side 
- Set goals for improvement 



There are 24 hours in a day and 168 hours in a week. Sometimes we spend too much or too little time at work and spend too much or too little time with the people we care in our lives and on our hobbies. Whatever it may be to you that you want to spend more time with or cut back on time, set your weekly goals here so that it becomes a reminder for you for the rest of the week. By thinking about your life and what you want and writing your goals down, you are already one step closer to achieving them. 

Examples for what you could fill in :

  • Play football with my two boys on Wednesday and take them to the beach this weekend
  • Call mom more often
  • Set 30 minutes aside to read before bed every night


We all have bills to pay, dreams to achieve, and desires to be fulfilled. One of the keys to living a happy and successful life is good financial management. You don't need to track all of our expenses and incomes, however, you should set financial goals each week that you want to achieve. Whether it be saving for a vacation, a house, or a car, OR changing your spending habit by shopping less, setting goals - from one small step to another - and reviewing them regularly will help you achieve the habit change and eventually reach your financial goals.

Examples for what you could fill in :

  • Save all of the tax refund in the saving account
  • Eat out only once a week
  • Limit myself to just one bottle of wine a week
  • Put $500 towards our vacation fund
  • Sell old furnitures and old clothes


Work takes up the majority of our time. Most of what we have to do on a weekly and daily basis is work. Setting work goals will help you focus and make sure that you get what you need done for the week. Failing to follow through with your work goals might result in missing deadlines and losing your focus as you can get distracted by other things.

Examples for what you could fill in :

  • Get all of the copies written up for the website
  • Send invoices to client A, B, and C and chasing up with them regarding the next steps. 
  • Contact the PR company and get all the PR-related plans written up
  • Finish the 2 pitches and be ready!


A lot of time we are caught up in work that we forget to pay attention to the most important thing of all which is our body, health, and mind. Work takes up a lot of our time already. The only way to keep a balanced life is to have a good personal life and do something that fulfills you personally. From taking some time after work and on the weekend to do some exercises and engage in your hobbies to eating healthy, it is crucial that you set some personal goals so that you don't let yourself get carried away with work and can keep yourself healthy, happy, and balanced.

Examples for what you could fill in :

  • Go for a run every morning before work. Do a 30-minute interval of sprints and jogs. 
  • Eat mostly healthy food 6 days a week. Can only have cheat meals one day a week.
  • Quit smoking.
  • Drink at least 8 glasses of water a day and replace unhealthy snacks with fruits. 


Besides our good health, achievements at work, the fulfillment we get from being able to achieve the goals we set for ourselves, we can also set rewards or incentives so that we become even more motivated to achieve the goals. The rewards are linked to your work and personal goals. So set separate rewards for the two separate goals. 

Examples for what you could fill in :

  • Reward for work goals : If the pitches go well, I will treat myself with a Swedish massage this weekend.
  • Reward for personal goals : If I can don't touch a cigaret at all this month, I will reward myself with a new watch. 

If you would like to learn more about The Happiness Planner, email