Motivational and inspirational writer, Bryan Hutchinson is the author of several books about life with ADHD including the highly acclaimed, best selling "One Boy′s Struggle: A Memoir" and the author of the hilarious eBook that went viral "10 Things I Hate about ADHD"

How to be Happy Every Day

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This book is for everyone, in every walk of life.

26 simple, realistic and actionable strategies to help you become happier and live with more passion and satisfaction.

“It’s a manual for life, for how to live with more significance and greater satisfaction. As you step into this journey of purpose and passion, you may just find yourself happier than you’ve ever been. I truly hope so.”

     ~Jeff Goins, author of Wrecked

It’s too easy to give in to the daily grind and become filled with stress, anxiety and anxiousness, and then become creatively blocked, unproductive and unhappy.

But when you take a few specifically designed moments each day for yourself you can re-energize your enthusiasm, motivation, and passion.

When happy you are naturally more productive and creative.

If you are like most people, then you are conditioned to wait for the next shoe to drop. It’s not your fault, and there’s no one to blame. It’s just the way it is and there’s nothing you can do about it.

Or is there?

Happiness is a state of a mind, and you alone have the power to decide how happy you can be. You just might not know it yet.

Tapping into his own life experience of pulling himself out of the trenches of stress and depression to be a Positive Writer, author Bryan Hutchinson shares 26 simple, realistic and actionable strategies to help you be happy every day.

It can be done, and it doesn’t even require a lot of time or work!

These strategies will help you recognize and transform your thinking into a positive mindset that has you excited to start each day and live your passion to the fullest.

Light, easy-to-digest tips will guide you to happiness not just today, but every day.

Included are easy writing exercises to guide you in reflecting on the positive things around you and in you.


Being a dad with two kids, I loved the section mentioning children. I think growing up, having the kind of reinforcement the author talks about would have really helped me. I’m gong to immediately work with my kids on the things the  author outlines!

~Review from Amazon.