The Happy Kid Journal is based on proven positive psychology research and neuroscience
In just 5 minutes each day, the journaling practice will train your children’s brain to focus on the positive aspects of their lives and develop the mindset, resilience, and life skills to thrive in the 21st-century world and foster wellbeing
Happy kid journal will help your child to
Improve self awearness
Children learn more about themselves through self discovery which will help them understand themselves better
Develop emotional intelligence
Journaling helps children to clarify feelings and to process their thoughts and emotions better
Journaling creates a positive habit of appreciating things and practicing daily gratitude
Build a positive mindset
Writing about the positive aspects of each day will make children more optimistic, they will feel more positive emotions and be more happy
Journaling will enhance children's creativity by giving them the opportunity to practice daily creative self expression
Improve problem solving skills
Writing will give children the chance to reflect on solutions and improve their problem solving skills
Our mission is to help kids and teens develop the mindset, resilience, and life skills to thrive in the 21st-century world and foster well-being through educational tools based on neuroscience, positive psychology, and mindfulness practice
We believe in giving back
Every child deserves the opportunity to thrive
For every Happy Kid Journal we sell, 10% of our profit is allocated to provide journals to children whose families cannot afford to buy them.
Buying a Happy Kid Journal for your child means that you are supporting both your child and other children to embark on a journey of personal growth
Children are our most valuable resource for a better tomorrow
Let's give them the gift of confidence!
This journal is the passion project of 2 twin sisters, Laura and Roxana who wanted to offer their children a tool they would have liked to have as children. After combining personal experience, scientific research and studies, and lots of passion, The Happy Kid Journal was born.