Can you believe we’re a third of the way through the year already? I hope everyone who’s been following this challenge has seen some changes in the way they think about and react to things so far. As I say at the end of every post, I don’t expect that every post will be super-relevant to every reader, but I hope you’ve been able to take what’s been useful to you and benefit from it. Finding the kind of positivity that works for you isn’t a path that one writer can lead you down, though, so this week, we’ll tackle how to find your Positivity Mentors. Read More Positivity Challenge Week 16: Finding Your Positivity Mentors
When I first picked up Gretchen Rubin’s The Happiness Project at the library, I had a vision of recreating my own Happiness Project. Every month I would pick different goals (or resolutions as she calls them). Turns out it’s easier to fantasize about that when you’re reading Rubin’s book then it is to actually pull it off. Nevertheless, I have been casually working on some of my own Happiness Project goals and I’m actually starting to see a difference. Read More We Try It: The Happiness Project
I am heading to the library today to pick up a copy of The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin, which I will be reading and discussing here at some point in the next week or so. So, I’ve been thinking about happiness and what I expect to encounter while reading this book. And that leads to today’s Lunchtime Poll – what do you do to make yourself happy? What cheers you up? Discuss in the comments!