We are lucky: we live in a time when people are studying happiness and trying to uncover the secrets to obtaining it, and then sharing their findings with the rest of us. My life has been made better by the sharing of these pursuits. Here are just a few sites that I am grateful for, and would like to share with you. If you are on a quest for eking as much joy and happiness out of your life as possible, you might find some inspiration in these wonderful little gems.
1. TUT: I get wonderful little "notes from the universe" from this site. Every morning for seven years, they have come into my inbox, and every time they do, I giggle with delight at their wonderfulness. Sweet little notes from the universe in your inbox, how great is that?
2. Positively Positive: This started out as a FB page hoping to get 1,000 Likers. I started to follow it back when I was sick of only hearing the negative in the world. Now t has grown into a wonderful site filled with excellent blogs to help keep you moving in a positive direction.
3.The Daily Love: Mastin Kip is a fabulous life coach and spreader of Love. Check it out.
4. Thank A Day: This one is new to me; it came by a suggestion as a comment in myHuffington Post piece on gratitude. Seems like a great way to get a gratitude practice off the ground.
5. Upworthy: These kind folks send articles from news sources around the globe. Their mission is to spread the "upworthy" news. Weekly, I get an email spreading the news.
6.The Happiness Project: Gretchin Rubin would be my coffee friend if we were neighbors, whether she is happy about that or not. Read the book. :-)
7.Happy, the Movie: If you want to see a fabulous movie on the science of happiness, run to your Itunes account and purchase this worthwhile flick.
I hope that you enjoy these resources; I am grateful for the goodness they have brought into my world. Do you have any sites that you follow that help spread the good stuff? Share them here and I will check them out!
Have a gratitude worthy day!
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Erin Michelle Threlfall
Theatre Artist, Activist, and Educator, Erin is the mother of a budding genius in his 7th year of study. Erin and her little man, Edem, have a plan to investigate world theatre and influence education one continent at a time. Ghana, South Korea, Togo and Bali have been checked off the list of places to live; these days they call Brooklyn home.