It's all about being happy these days whether it's stuff we should buy to make us happy, to just being 'perfect' like the pictures in a magazine. The reality is we can't be happy all of the time and not everything can be perfect. For those that worry or suffer from anxiety, the day to day treadmill of life can be really tough. There's a book I love called Everyday Happy by Emma O'Connor. It's a tool to help you prompt yourself to do something that makes you feel good. It contains quotes, a checklist for positive actions like meditating or getting outside as well as space to make notes. It helps you clarify what you are grateful for and in turn manifests positivity. Whether it's an anxious child, teenager or adult, this book is a wonderful addition to helping someone through the river of life.