Can you be happy for 100 days in a row ?
By momentsilike on January 08, 2014
Like somebody can actually remain happy for that long. It's all gibberish right ?
|Source : 100happydays.com|
The answer is, yes, you can stay happy for 100 days in a row! :)
I noticed this initiative called "100 Happy Days" in a friend's account a couple of days ago on Instagram. And it made me wonder - "How, in the world, can somebody be happy for 100 days continuously ?"
All you have to do is post a picture everyday of one thing that makes you happy. Do this for 100 days in a row and you have the formula for happiness right in front of you. It's that simple.
Our lives are racing against time and deadlines. We stop for no one. All we now care about is whether there is time on our 24-hour busy schedule for one more appointment, for one more meeting, for one more deadline.
No longer do we stop to smell the roses, or appreciate the weather or to simply sit on the grass and gaze into the blue sky. By doing this initiative, we can start observing the simple and small things of life that keep us much happier than materialistic things.
So starting today, I am taking this effort to stay happy for 100 days.
Will I complete the challenge without a break ? Will I cave and give up on the not-so-happy days? We shall see. :)
I am all aboard this train to happiness. Are you ? :)
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