30 days to a happier you – Day 21 – Do you feel happier?

So ‘they’ say all good things come in threes which is lucky as you’ve now completed three weeks of the happier you programme. Go you!

You’ve been taking active management of your own thoughts, feelings and happiness for 3 weeks now in this free programme. I would love to hear how you are getting on! Especially your thoughts on these questions. You can comment on the bottom of this blog, on Facebook or privately on email.

What is your biggest insight from the three weeks?

Has anything changed for you as a result of this programme?

What is more important than you might have thought?

What is less important than you might have thought?

Life gets busy

Life can get super busy can’t it? So I’ve pulled together a reminder of the last week for you, along with the other 2 weeks so you don’t miss a thing.

Week 3

Day 15 Life really is like a box of chocolates because you never know what you are gonna get. You wrote a postcard to your younger self to share some of your life lessons.

Day 16 We looked at how if you ignore a mind problem it can become a bigger problem like a tooth absess

Day 17 We looked at how feeling like a misfit is actually an advantage and you made a list people that value your uniqueness

Day 18 I gave you a video with EFT tapping to make you feel more confident in 2 minutes

Day 19 We looked at how judging others affects our own wellbeing and you have some things to do to change how you respond to others

Day 20 I gave you a free relaxing download so you can declutter your mind

Week 2

Here’s a reminder of what went on in week 2.

Day 8 You looked at your negative mind chatter and met your Mind COP

Day 9 Mind COP came to your rescue and helped you catch those negative thoughts, own them and protect yourself

Day 10 I gave you a huge list of things to do for free to add to your happiness and no doubt you came up with lots of your own

Day 11 You thought about your USPS and made a list of your special and unique qualities

Day 12 You recognized your strengths and how playing to them will make you more you and compare yourself to others less

Day 13 I shared a list of people that inspire me and why and you had a think about who inspires you and why

Week 1

And just in case you are just joining us, here are all week one’s posts so you won’t miss a thing!

Day 1 – you gave yourself a current happiness score out of 10 to see how happy you currently are.

Day 2 – you started to catch negative mind chatter going on in your head and made a note of it in your notebook.

Day 3 – you tried to make friends with your mind.

Day 4 – you became a mind COP by realising how much time you spend thinking negatively. You are now  focused on catching those negative thoughts as they come in, owning the thought and protect yourself by realising it might not be true.

Day 5 – you did the shake N vac and  started to freshen your mind with gratitude.

Day 6 – you wrote a really good gratitude list that means something to you.

It is never too late to start again. Each day is a brand new beginning.

If you haven’t done all the exercises, or you have just found this blog series, no problem! It is never too late to start. Each day is a brand new beginning.

Just go back on the blogs and pick up from there. You just need  a notebook and pen, to read my blogs each day and dedicate a small amount of time each day to do the exercises. This is not meant to be another thing on your ‘to do list’. It is raising your awareness to things that affect your happiness and helping you train your brain to be happier.

You are not alone

If you are finding this difficult to do on your own, no problem, because I can help you. I work with adults and children age 5+ in person in West Sussex or on Skype round the world! My clients have significiant insights and shifts. You might want help with  anxiety, depression, stress, confidence and sleep. Most clients say they wish they had come sooner.

Here’s the plan:

  • Refresh yourself on anything you’ve missed
  • Get in touch if you need help. I offer a free 20 minute consultation
  • You are important to me! It would be great to hear from you in the comments on my blogs or on my facebook page

Happy hug 🙂


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Honey Lansdowne is a successful Hypnotherapist in Worthing. She uses Hypnosis, NLP and 20 years coaching experience to help people overcome anxiety and depression in person and online.

  • “Each day is a new beginning.” – so much promise and potential in that one sentence!

  • Barb says:

    This is such a helpful post, summarizing this way helps keeps everything top-of-mind. Thanks!

  • I will re-read all your posts now. I love this idea and your optimism☺

  • Tamara W says:

    Thank you for the recap, I missed reading a couple days and this helps get things in order.

  • Robyn says:

    This programme seems like so much fun. And as ‘they’ say: nothing measure, nothing gained. I’m definitely going to try this.

  • Great idea to go back over the tasks to remind people and have everything in one place if anyone wants to re-cap. I might try that with my top tips on my blog. Thanks 🙂

    • honey says:

      Because I work with people’s minds Shona, I think make things as easy to follow as possible so they can process the important stuff 🙂

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