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Tag Archives: happiness
(If this post seems a little backwards, it’s because I wrote it in late June, when I was still pregnant.) I’ve been in a funk for a few days. Some of this could be normal, very-very pregnant lady stuff. At … Continue reading
Today I read a new ebook by Laura Vanderkam: What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast: A Short Guide to Making Over Your Mornings–and Life. I ordered it weeks ago and anxiously awaited it’s arrival into the Kindle app … Continue reading
Have you heard about a recent Gallup poll that concludes that stay at home moms experience more depression? As soon as I got wind of it, my immediate thought was, “Why, of course they do.” (Note: This study is not … Continue reading
Last year I read a wonderful book entitled The Happiness Project, by Gretchen Rubin. I embarked on a Happiness Project of my own and even invited two friends to join me. We had a couple of happiness project group meetings. … Continue reading
“It is by studying little things that we attain the great art of having as little misery, and as much happiness as possible.” – Samuel Johnson Ever since I launched my Happiness Project, I’ve begun paying more attention to my … Continue reading
Some lovely people sent me two books by author Tal Ben-Shahar, Ph.D. I was pretty happy about that because a) I had previously spotted these at Barnes and Noble and coveted them and b) books on happiness align perfectly with … Continue reading
I sent out a tweet this morning. I’m reading the Duggar’s second book, A Love That Multiplies. In it Michelle emphasizes the importance of her attitude, and how it sets the tone for the children. Of course, that’s not news … Continue reading
My girlfriends and I met last night for our second monthly Happiness Project group meeting. I was glad that one of the ladies was in a chatty mood. Because I wasn’t. I had been thinking about how for me at … Continue reading
I’m nearing the end of the first whole month of my Happiness Project. Every day I check off things that I’ve resolved to do. Things like: exercise daily, blog daily, declutter 15 minutes daily. photo credit: Nina Matthews Photography As … Continue reading