If you’ve ever reached that audacious goal, and found that the high only lasted a day or so…this book is for you.

If you want to live your purpose, but just don’t seem to have the energy or confidence…this book is for you.

If you’ve ever ignored your own happiness level because improving it seems just too complicated….this book is also for you.

If you have spent too many wasted hours worrying about things that never even happened…well, you guessed it.

Happier Made Simple: Choose Your Words, Change Your Life. by Randye Kaye, makes theories and practices about being happier accessible to those of us who never seem to finish a self-improvement book, are too antsy to meditate, dropped out of yoga, and gave up on writing daily gratitude lists.

Readers and Reviewers say:

“ Randye Kaye’s warm, conversational tone draws you right in, even while she’s sharing specific nuts and bolts. Her message about the power of language is meaningful. But she tells you how to actually use that power to make your own life happier. Her openness about her own life’s challenges not only gives a welcoming tone, it also proves that she walks the walk. I highly recommend HAPPIER MADE SIMPLE.” – Jessica Bram, author of Happily Ever After Divorce: Notes of a Joyful Journey

”The last time I couldn’t put a book down was The DaVinci Code….and today I was so into this writing and the message. Every other page,  I would actually be talking to the book..”oh,yes”, “that is so true”, “wow”. I talk to my therapist next week and I’m telling her about this book.” Linda Scott , Journalist, The Linda Scott Show

Honestly, just reading it made me feel happier!” – Gabi Coatsworth, author 

” Randye Kaye’s welcome voice offers an empowering message and practical strategies for living a life of joy, presence, and connection.” – ~Donna Cameron, author of A Year of Living Kindly

“Concrete, actionable ways to take control of finding your own happiness, with a heavy dose of humility and humor. What a gift.” – Claire Lerner, author of Why Is My Child In Charge?

So much great info without all the psychobabble. Love your honesty and humor.”– Dave Clarke (facebook comment)


Randye’s Seven Core Concepts (spelling “BREATHE”)  and Phrases are an easily referenced guideline to the shortcuts to happier moments, so you have more of yourself to give, love, learn, teach and work.

It doesn’t have to be so complicated – or unrealistic.