This made me imagine writing out a daily planner with entries like "Be happy" all over it. This thought amused me, so I did it. I tried to make it a little more entertaining by mapping out my schedule on an absurdly detailed level. I figured the part where I plan to hear the same song at 2:31PM would give away that I wasn't serious, though apparently that didn't work for at least one person.
As it happpens, I am a creature of habit, so my days mostly follow the exact same pattern. The oddity about Friday was that I had this baking to do so I had to guess at how much time I'd spend on various parts of it.
The main divergences from my "plan" were that I went to the grocery store and Costco instead of Wal-Mart, I didn't play the two games of WC3, and I only spent 10 minutes writing. Other than that, it was pretty accurate. Well, I'm not sure about the "be happy" part. I was content, at least. I usually am.
The accuracy of the schedule is more testiment to my predictive skills than my planning ones. I didn't reference back my "schedule" to see what I was supposed to be doing now. Nor did I care if I wasn't "on schedule"; I wrote the whole thing as a joke, though it if made me have a happier day as a result I wasn't going to complain. ;) But it just happens that I know me pretty well and I could estimate about what I would happen to be doing when, and how long it would take me.