Would you like to increase your mindfulness and daily happiness? Learn how to look for the good in your world with this challenge!
The 30 Days of Happy Challenge includes thirty (30!!) prompts to help you look for the beauty in your world.
But instead of just giving you a one-word prompt, I've created 30 videos of me drawing out a visual representation of the prompt. I also share additional ideas and resources to get your creative juices going.
You will receive access to:
30 videos with commentary about the prompt for the day
A printable booklet of prompts for the challenge
A printable mini-book that doubles as a happy journal
Happy journal resource guide as well as an article on what to do when happy journaling becomes difficult
Lifetime access to the materials
To access this online course, you will need:
A computer, tablet, or phone with internet connection.
Simple supplies such as a blank book, black pen, and watercolors.
Willingness to learn and have fun!
Teachable account (This is a free account where you will access the 30 daily prompt videos. I will send you the link and instructions to access the course via email when you sign up.)
*Due to the digital nature of this product, there will be no refunds offered.
Since technology differs over devices, I am unable to provide personalized technical help for downloading products.
However, below are some basic downloading instructions. You can also search on Google for additional help for your particular device.
All of my printables and eBooks are sent in PDF format. Most computers and phones are equipped with Adobe Reader (which is free.) You will need to download Adobe Reader (or something comparable) in order to view the PDF. Click here to download Adobe Acrobat Reader.
PDFs can be opened by right-clicking the file and downloading it to your desktop. Some computers automatically download the file into the Downloads folder. If you still cannot find the file, use the Search function on your computer to find it.
Some of the bundles are sent via a ZIP file. Many phones do not have the ability to download files like ZIP files. You might need to use your laptop or PC to "unzip" the file. Here is how to open that file ("unzip" it):
On a laptop or PC: Save the ZIP file to your computer, right-click and select, "Extract All." This will create a new file on your computer which you can open to get your digital printable files.
You will need to add the file(s) to iCloud, Dropbox, or OneDrive in order get the files on your mobile device. You might need to plug your phone in order for this to work.
On a mobile device: Before you download the ZIP file directly to your mobile device, you may need a free app to unzip the product. This will allow you to unzip the folder to access it.
I recommend using a color printer in order to print the printables in my collections. It is easier for most customers to print directly from a laptop or desktop rather than printing from a phone.