Sometime this morning, during your shower or at work, you probably did a mental run-through of your day. Perhaps you vowed to hit the gym at lunchtime. Maybe you plotted to get out of something apologies, PTA meeting. The one thing you forgot to plan for: happiness. With all the books on mood-boosting technology that does everything for us but laugh, we expect happiness to show up at our doorstep like a pizza. For most of us, we have to make it happen. But after that, the scaffolding of having a good day is taken away, and nobody is telling you how to provide that for yourself.