Finding joy in every day and letting go of perfect
Fearne's account is wonderfully honest and relatable, and it's also extremely comforting and reassuring too - knowing that even someone in her position is still working through certain issues - issues that a lot of us are working through too. * MIND * Fearne Cotton's new book is full of useful advice on how to live a happier life. -- Viv Groskop * THE POOL * I recommend this for anyone who's looking to find true consistent happiness -- Craig David She's known for her fun and upbeat presenting style, but Fearne Cotton has also been bravely open about her struggle with depression during some darker points in her life. Already the successful author of recipe book Cook Happy, Cook Healthy, Fearne and her team of experts explain why perfect doesn't exist and teach us tools that can help us find the joy in every day. In our busy 2017 lives that are constantly fuelled by Instagram envy, bad Tinder dates and increasingly outrageous politicians, it's nice to go over the basics of simply being happy. * OK! * With advice, exercises, tips and tricks, Fearne's drawn on her own experiences and penned a practical guide to finding joy and unleashing inner happiness. * LOOK *
Fearne Cotton is one of the best known and most popular broadcasters in the UK and is most recently known as the Founder of the wellbeing brand, Happy Place. The brand was created from her first book released in 2017, Happy, which was a Sunday Times Bestseller and a silver Nielsen Bestseller. This was the first in a series of books talking about her own, and some of the not so positive, experiences with happiness. This was also the premise for her podcast launched in 2018, Happy Place, and has featured an array of guest such as Ellie Golding, Hilary Rodham Clinton, Jada Pinkett Smith, Russell Brand, Gary Barlow, Alicia Keys, and Elizabeth Gilbert amongst others. To date, the podcast has had over 30 million downloads and continues to top the charts. 2019 saw a further extension of the brand into the live space, with over 10,000 people attending two Happy Place Festivals, one in the north and one in the south of England. The Festival went virtual in 2020, running over a month. Her third cook book, Happy Vegan, was published Autumn 2019. Fearne is a mother of two, and step-mother of two, and closely supports a range of charities - most notably mental health charity Mind, The Prince's Trust and Coppafeel!, the latter of which she curates the charity's music festival, Festifeel.