These four women are on a mis­sion to make peo­ple smile, via cy­berspace. They share their num­ber one tip for see­ing the won­der in your ev­ery­day world. By Chelsea Clark

Sunday Herald Sun - Body and Soul - - REAL LIFE -

“Trust your in­stincts and em­brace ed­u­cated risks. You’ll be re­warded for your brav­ery” Yasemin Trol­lope, 28, The Hap­pi­ness Cock­tail, the­hap­pi­ness­cock­tail.

word­ Syd­ney-based writer Yasemin Trol­lope first mixed the Hap­pi­ness Cock­tail in Septem­ber 2010. “I hatched a plan to cre­ate a space that was invit­ing, free-think­ing and most of all pos­i­tive, for peo­ple to check in and out of,” she says. Trol­lope says sim­ple things such as recipes she has ex­per­i­mented with, good books, love and travel give her the most in­spi­ra­tion. “I try to not find hap­pi­ness in the ma­te­rial; there’s so much more to be gar­nered from ex­pe­ri­ences,” she says. Her top hap­pi­ness ad­vice? “Don’t strive for hap­pi­ness through the ma­te­rial or money – you’ll never find it and you’ll miss out on so many other op­por­tu­ni­ties.” bodyand­ Share your favourite tips for find­ing and cul­ti­vat­ing hap­pi­ness at bodyand­

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