Some people seem to find happiness effortless. For others it can feel like something just out of reach, like the cake and ice cream you get at the end of a lifetime eating nothing but sprouts.
Anya Pearse is the Head of Positive Psychology at the Museum of Happiness, who has happiness at her core but works to maintain it every day.
Mark Steadman is just trying to figure out how to get to sleep at night without his brain reminding him of seven different dumb he did that day.
If, like them, you feel like three toddlers in a trench coat masquerading as a functioning adult, join them every week as they unpack happiness one letter at a time.