Is it possible to be to have 100 happy days?
I like to think so.
adjective, hap·pi·er, hap·pi·est.
1. delighted, pleased, or glad, as over a particular thing: to be happy to see a person
2. characterized by or indicative of pleasure, contentment, or joy: a happy mood; a happy frame of mind.
3. favoured by fortune; fortunate or lucky: a happy, fruitful land.
4. apt or felicitous, as actions, utterances, or ideas.
5. obsessed by or quick to use the item indicated (usually used in combination): a trigger-happygangster. Everybody is gadget-happy these days.
Happiness like laughter is infectious. Why wouldn’t you want that?
I know for me happiness makes me appreciate life so much more. Happiness makes you content, loved and all warm and fuzzy.
In this day and age there however are a lot of things to be negative or sad about. Being positive doesn’t seem like a hard thing to do.
Recently while blog hopping I came across the 100 Happy Days project. I’m calling it project rather than a challenge. A challenge makes it sound like it’s hard or difficult, and being happy shouldn’t be hard. It should be easy.
challenge project is simple. For 100 days you take a photo of whatever makes/made you happy. You share that image using a social media platform and via using the hashtag #100happydays.
I will be posting my pictures via Instagram, which will also be linked up to my Twitter and Facebook as well. (If you don’t want to share your images publicly you don’t have to.)
If you aren’t already following me on Instgram you can
stalk follow me here:
There is always something to be happy about, no matter how big or small. That’s why I’m really excited about this project!
I had intended to start this project on the 14th July, but ended up starting it the day I signed up, which was the 7th July. I was just so excited about it! My project ends the 22nd October. So I look forward to recapping my 100happydays journey.
Have you done the 100 Happy Days Project?
What has made you happy today?
What is your most happiest memory?