Tag Archives: Happiness
When was the last time you experienced joy? How do cherry blossoms, rainbows, bubbles, and googly eyes make you feel? Where can you find joy? Writer and designer, Ingrid Fetell Lee’s TED Talk, Where Joy Hides and How to Find It, shares the … Continue reading
Welcome 2019 with happiness and positivity, and a “I can do it!” vibe.
December 2018 Goal: Be Happy each and every day! To access this calendar’s web links, visit: Greater Good Science Center’s December 2018 Happiness Calendar .
Stop. Look. Be Grateful. We all need more “stop signs” in our lives. Time to relax and breath, self-reflect, and appreciate.
What are you grateful for this year? How will you express your gratitude? Gratitude is good medicine. — Robert A. Emmons, professor of psychology at UC Davis 10 Reasons to Practice an Attitude of Gratitude, year round Gratitude Empowers You Visit … Continue reading
Stay Happy whenever you get the chance to be happy. Life is tough. It’s just flat-out hard, and mean, and cruel. You deserve a beautiful day in the sunshine with a big grin on your face once in awhile. So don’t let … Continue reading
What brings you happiness? What gives your life meaning and purpose? Our culture is obsessed with happiness, but happiness is not consistent and there is a more fulfilling path, according to journalist and author, Emily Esfahani Smith. If we serve something beyond … Continue reading
As the winter chill comes to an end, we need to continue one winter trend: Hygge Pronounced HOO-guh What is Hygge? It is a Danish wellness concept and often translated as “coziness.” A Danish anthropologist, Jeppe Trolle Linnet, Ph.D. refers to … Continue reading
What makes you happy? What makes you come alive, or “lights your fire”? When negative thoughts enter your mind, think of one thing that makes you smile. Allow this smile to fight your negativity with a vengeance. You are stronger than you … Continue reading
What makes you happy? Oftentimes, it is the smallest pleasures that make people most happy. Happiness: It does not take much. Be grateful in the present as you await what is to come in the future.