Can You Be Happy For 100 Days?

 

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Just kidding. 

Cheer up buttercup! We're about to introduce you to a little happy challenge ... for the next 100 days!

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Say What?

Basically for the next 100 days you are challenged to share a picture of one thing that has made you happy that day. It can be something as small as enjoying a delicious piece of cake, smiling at a stranger, Starbucks spelling your name right on your cup for the first time or waking up to the world's cutest fluffball of a pup (see L's first #100HappyDays Instagram post)! It's all about owning and sharing what brings you your happiness day after day!

We are each going to post our 100 happy days revolution via Soul Soiree's Instagram if you want to join in and/or follow along!

The How:

Register for the challenge here. Once you're registered, share your happiness on your favorite social channel using the hashtag #100HappyDays.

The Why:
To be happy of course! Happy is sexy. Happy makes you smile, makes you glow, makes you irresistible. And the Law of Attraction states that like attracts like. So happy attracts happy. Sounds good enough to us!!

To share even more happy with y'all, on the last day of our challenge, we are giving away our new favorite book, "The Desire Map" by Danielle Laporte

To enter Soul Soiree' "The Desire Map" giveaway, join the #100HappyDays challenge and add the #SoulSoiree hashtag every time you share your happiness on your favorite social channel. Each time you use #SoulSoiree with the #100HappyDays hashtag you get an additional entry! That's up to 100 chances to win if you start with us today, February 17, 2014!! One entry per day. Open to U.S. residents only. You have until midnight on May 27, 2017 to enter.
Ready... set... GET HAPPY :)

Love,

L and A 

You are cordially invited to our spiritual party:

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