#100happydays

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can you be happy for 100 days in a row?

#100happydays

I have just signed up for #100happydays an online campaign that aims to help people take a side step from their busy life schedule and enjoy the moment they’re in.  It’s really simple, all you have to do is submit a photo of something that made you happy, everyday for 100 days.  Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have become such a part of our everyday use (a little scary) that they have practically become verbs.  Yet shockingly a huge 71% of the people who took part in this challenge last year didn’t see it through to the end, citing “not enough time” as their main reason.  How often do we use Instagram to share with everyone (no one) that amazing cake from the cafe on the corner, or the cat sleeping in a weird pose, so why not use this platform to help yourself instead.  To share the little things that make you happy, pictures you can in time reflect on and boost your moral when you start feeling a little blue.  

I have signed up to prove to myself that no matter how much life may suck at times, there’s always a little something that will make me smile.  It’s these little moments of happiness that we truly have to focus on and will help each of us realise that we haven’t got it so bad after all!

What are you waiting for? Sign up here and let those happy vibes resonate.

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#100happydays

Uncategorized
can you be happy for 100 days in a row?

#100happydays

I have just signed up for #100happydays an online campaign that aims to help people take a side step from their busy life schedule and enjoy the moment they’re in.  It’s really simple, all you have to do is submit a photo of something that made you happy, everyday for 100 days.  Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have become such a part of our everyday use (a little scary) that they have practically become verbs.  Yet shockingly a huge 71% of the people who took part in this challenge last year didn’t see it through to the end, citing “not enough time” as their main reason.  How often do we use Instagram to share with everyone (no one) that amazing cake from the cafe on the corner, or the cat sleeping in a weird pose, so why not use this platform to help yourself instead.  To share the little things that make you happy, pictures you can in time reflect on and boost your moral when you start feeling a little blue.  

I have signed up to prove to myself that no matter how much life may suck at times, there’s always a little something that will make me smile.  It’s these little moments of happiness that we truly have to focus on and will help each of us realise that we haven’t got it so bad after all!

What are you waiting for? Sign up here and let those happy vibes resonate.

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