Hi guys! I’m back today with another book review, this time it’s a book which I purchased from my local Tesco and it’s basically another book with a pretty cover, not gonna lie.
Today I’m reviewing Happy by Fearne Cotton.
“This book is a way to release what’s going on inside your head and to keep heading towards the good stuff. The simple stuff. The stuff that’s going to really hit up that happiness on a deep and nourishing level. Whether you dip into these pages every now and then when you feel you need it, or use it daily as a positive exercise, I hope it brings you much relief, joy and calm. Amen to the pen.” – Fearne Cotton
For many of us, life can feel like it’s moving too fast with pressure bearing down on us from all sides – whether that’s from school or work, family or social media. As a result, we find ourselves frazzled, lost and – too often – feeling blue.
It’s a subject close to Fearne’s heart. Drawing on her own experiences and including expert advice, HAPPY offers practical ways of finding joy each and every day. Happiness isn’t a mountain to climb, it’s just one foot in front of the other on the path of life, and here you’ll find little steps that will help make the differences that count. With workbook elements to help you start and end the day well; get in touch with your creative side; and find peace through written exercises, simple practical ideas and visualisations, these are daily tricks and reminders to help you unlock that inner happiness.
As mentioned above, I initally bought this book because of the pretty cover – it’s bright and colourful and completley caught my eye!
Another reason I bought the book was because I’d had a bad day and needed a pick-up and this book just seemed to jump out at me, I mean Happy? Something which we all want when we’ve had a bad day at work.
The book is split into sections, focusing on different things. There’s wonderful doodles in the book, splitting up text, a couple of recipes are included, as well as relevant pages for you to take part in some self-care and make a note of it. This is a book meant to be highlighted, written in and have the corners turned over.
I felt this book was full of advice and is perfect to just jump into at any point. Something will stick with you, while others can be used at different times.
Defineltly worth a space on your coffee table!
As always, let me know in the comments below if you’ve read this book and what you thought of it, AND if you haven’t read this book, will you be adding it to your TBR?