Category: Happiness Project

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The other day I overheard a woman complaining about January. I don’t get it. January is the perfect chance to recharge and relax after the holidays. Staying in, drinking less, focus on cooking at home, eating healthy, reading books, and going to bed early. It’s

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The simplest things can bring the most happiness. This month’s happiness practice also doubles as a reflection of 2017. This year was a challenging year. My three-year relationship ended (but thankfully in friendship), I moved across the country, I’ve learned to live alone for the

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I was reflecting on this past month and realized how much has happened in the past 30 days. I moved across the country, started school, created a new home, made a quick trip back to Philly, spent Thanksgiving in Wyoming, and finally unpacked my last

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Looking back, I have a lot to be thankful for this month. Big life changes were the theme of the past 31 days which presented its own set of challenges but also opportunities for thankfulness. As you know, I drove from Philadelphia to Denver midway through

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For the past few months, I’ve been putting into practice a happiness project of sorts. At the end of each month, I reflect on the things I’m thankful for, from large to small, in order to refocus attention away from stressors and anxious things and instead celebrate