Today is so-called Blue Monday - but here at ITV News Anglia we're celebrating what's making us feel happy!
We're not thinking about the miserable weather or those New Year diets - instead we want to celebrate feeling positive.
Here's some of the Anglia news team to tell you what's helping them beat the Monday blues.
The construction giant said it has "no choice but to take steps to enter into compulsory liquidation with immediate effect".Read the full story ›
Nearly of fifth of patients in the Anglia region are waiting longer than four hours to finish treatment in Accident & Emergency units.Read the full story ›
The growth of the punk movement in the east was encouraged by venues in the east.Read the full story ›
Loneliness affects millions of people and can cause a variety of mental health conditions.
Now Age UK is to begin a walking 'be-frienders' project hoping to use the benefits of physical activity to help tackle the problem.
Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Dani Crawshaw.
As part of our two-part series on 40 years since the punk movement, we've been asking for pictures of your glory days. Take a look.Read the full story ›
It's been 40 years since the punk music movement and now an author from Norwich has written a book about the impact of punk on society.Read the full story ›
It will be cold and mainly cloudy today with top temperatures of 2 deg C (45F)Read the full story ›
Brian Chatten from Norfolk Trading Standards joined Jonathan and Becky in the studio to talk about the widespread problem of online fraud.
It costs consumers around £42 million a year, with the majority of these crimes carried out by well-organised criminal gangs who trick people into parting with personal information such as bank account details.
The older generations are most vulnerable to scams.
Mr Chatten said people should always be aware when online, and never hand money over to someone you have never met.
Friends Against Scams is a National Trading Standards (NTS) Scams Team initiative, which aims to protect and prevent people from becoming victims of scams
A driver had a lucky escape today after getting into difficulty in Shotesham Ford in Norfolk.
Police were called to the Ford and found the car submerged in 2ft of water after Storm Eleanor swept through the region.
South Norfolk Police posted the photo on social media urging people not to risk trying to drive through water which could have hidden drops.
The Ford is currently closed due to the high water levels and is expected to remain closed until water levels fall.
Police are asking drivers to take alternative routes and follow road closures.