The Happiness Project


Gretchen Rubin is familiar to many because of her appearance on The Oprah Show. She's actually an attorney turned author of several books, the first of which was a bit of a parody on self help books. But her last book, The Happiness Project and her blog of the same name speaks to us for our purposes here. It's practical, it's doable for the most part and it's not the usual self help drivel we may be used to. The full title of her book exemplifies her blog: "The Happiness Project: Or Why I Spent a Year Trying to Sing in the Morning, Clean My Closets, Fight Right, Read Aristotle, and Generally Have More Fun."

Agree? “The Best Kind of Laughter Is Laughter Born of a Shared Memory.””
by gretchen@gretchenrubin.com (Gretchen Rubin) over 2 years ago
Fill in the Blank: “Our Life Is What Our __ Makes It.”
by gretchen@gretchenrubin.com (Gretchen Rubin) over 2 years ago

Positivity Works


This blog is all about implementing a positive attitude towards your daily life in order to promote happiness. Some posts are simply lyrics to uplifting songs, while some ask us to take a closer look at our own feelings of positivity.

Showing up to Fight
by Positivity Works! over 2 years ago
by Positivity Works! over 2 years ago

Raising Happiness


Raise joyful kids and live your happiest life while doing so. Christine Carter's a a sociologist and happiness expert. Her blog offers parenting advice from a science perspective. Her science is solid, her tips easily applicable and practical for the average family.

Why I Yell at My Kids
about 4 years ago
Is Your Marriage Losing its Luster?
over 4 years ago

Discover True Happiness


Dr. Mark Atkinson is internationally recognized as an expert in fitness and well-being. He's also a published author on the topic of true happiness. Join the True Happiness community to connect with other like-minded individuals, read inspirational happiness quotes, discover your true level of happiness, or take a free health and well-being assessment on his site.

Crazy Sexy Life


This New York Times bestselling author offers a crazy, sexy, perspective on health, wellness, and cancer. After diagnosed with a non-curable form of cancer, she's still going strong and sharing her unique life philosophy with America not only through her book "Crazy, Sexy Diet," but also through public appearances (including Oprah!).

The Brighter Side of Life


A blog that looks at the world from a glass-half-full perspective. It's a soulful collection of musings on life, "meaning," motherhood and marriage, focusing on making the most of the important - and often small - things in life.

Slow Down. Exhale. Connect.
by Christine about 4 years ago
3 Simple Tools for Dealing With Stress: Video
by Christine about 4 years ago

en(reach)ing lives


A blog with a mission to begin.grow.flow that will touch, change & en(reach) lives.

MS Stole My Brain


I have a rare form of pituitary failure, and was also diagnosed with MS. I have a degree in psychology and this blog is my forum for sharing how I learn to live with these chronic illnesses, and how to help others around me cope as well. Ultimately my goal is to live with these disorders with grace. I have suffered from severe depression and anxiety. I know what it feels like to want to die, and I know I can help.

Four Leaf Clover Tattoos
by alpha over 4 years ago
In Loving Memory Tattoos
by alpha over 4 years ago

Dance of Happiness


The Dance of Happiness is created for my happiness and others around the world to read about following your gut instinct and living life for yourself. In my case it is living life in a Kombi.

The Panacea Community - A Healthy Mind


The Panacea Community is dedicated to helping you improve, enlighten, and transform your life by connecting with and learning from master teachers related to MIND BODY SPIRIT EARTH and ABUNDANCE.

BUFFERS and Breakthroughs


BUFFERS and Breakthroughs is a blog for caregivers or parents of a chronic condition or anyone in need of coping or hope. BUFFERS is a 7 step acronym to guide readers on how to live more consciously the life they want. This blog can be used as a coping tool or means to improve the reader's attitude. The BUFFERS model can be used as a quick checklist in a crisis or a way to stay motivated.

Finding Her Way,  Not Mine.
about 4 years ago

Bangkok Girl


I am a British expat living in Bangkok and generally acting as a tourist, exploring, eating and drinking my way around Bangkok and other parts of Thailand and SE Asia when the chance arises

The Courageous Kitchen
by Bangkok Girl about 4 years ago
Songkran Break in Koh Kood
by Bangkok Girl about 4 years ago

A Road to Me


A Blog about being an adult on the spectrum and some of the unique challenges/curve-balls it brings. From dating, to traveling, to current political issues in the disability community; this blog has it all.

Choking on Words
by noreply@blogger.com (Brigid Rankowski) over 2 years ago
Homemade Weighted Pads (with pictures)
by noreply@blogger.com (Brigid Rankowski) over 2 years ago

Life Goes On


Thanks for stopping by my blog Life Goes On .This is like a rambler's diary where you indulge yourself into healthy habits. It's an amalgamation of my day to day life experiences, inspiration, nostalgia, and more over to inspire and motivate my readers start making a difference and bringing out the best version of themselves. One can make a difference, everybody should try.