You Can Live on the Bright Side

The kids' guide to optimism

Lucy Bell

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You Can Live on the Bright Side

The kids' guide to optimism

Lucy Bell

Do you ever wake up in the morning, look out your window to see the sun shining, and just know that today will be a good day?

This is called optimism, or positivity, and it’s such a nice feeling to have. It’s also something that you can learn, practise and improve, so you can experience it more often!

This action-oriented, fun-filled book is designed to teach you some easy activities and strategies to make you feel lighter, optimistic about the future, and more confident, empowering and inspiring you to live a happy and healthy life.

You Can Live on the Bright Side contains tips, tricks and tools to help you find the things that make you excited to leap out of bed each morning, ready to do more of what you love, and find even more things that make you uniquely you!

Featuring kids from Australia and around the world who are kicking some amazing goals, this book shows you how to:

  • Cook delicious food to power your brain
  • Decorate your room and create cosy living spaces
  • Get outdoors and have fun
  • Channel your favourite animals through yoga
  • Start meditating
  • Find out what your interests are
  • Speak positively about yourself and others
  • Start growing plants, reading, writing and drawing
  • Help the planet and go on a plastic-free picnic

It’s time to look on the bright side of life, so you can start living on the bright side!

Available as:

  • Published 2/11/2021 ISBN 9780648677031
    $29.99

Lucy Bell

Lucy Bell

Lucy Bell

Lucy Bell is a book editor and music teacher on a journey to live a more ethical, sustainable and mindful life.

After getting her Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Sydney with majors in English and Ancient History, Lucy studied a Master of Publishing. Now she works for a social-purpose publishing house making big differences and helping fund not-for-profits and charities to close the literacy gap.

Lucy grew up on the NSW Central Coast surrounded by four siblings, a cat, two dogs, two sheep, a lizard, lots of guinea pigs and thirteen chickens. She now lives in Sydney and while watering her balcony garden, dreams of one day owning her own country farmhouse.

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