Day 1: What is your happiness?

Day 1: What is your happiness?

Well, here is the new website! This is the perfect time to start something new, something that could change your life for the better, something fun and inspired. If it takes 2 weeks (14 days) to create a new habit, why not start now and why not make a commitment to yourself to be happier? What do you have to lose?

We are Cara and Lori Spensieri. We are called “Eh, Be Positive!” We have created a system that will allow you to create and maintain positivity and happiness in your life.

How does it work?

If this plan is followed for thirty days, you will begin to feel more optimistic, confident and happier. We are not medical doctors and we do not claim that this is some magical spell that will automatically make you happy. We want you to make a promise to yourself that you will actually try to feel better and that you will put forth an honest effort for each and every task and every single challenge. Try to follow all of the steps presented. Attempt every challenges. Of course, if you feel extremely down for longer than a couple of weeks, you should talk to someone you trust and tell him or her how you feel.  You may require medical intervention. 

The First Step

The first step (and first chapter in the book “30 Days to a Happier You”) is called “What is  happiness to you?”

All you have to do is write down 10 things that make you happy. It does not matter if the items listed seem silly or ridiculous. Simply write down 10 things that make you happy. Just be honest and true to yourself. Try to avoid putting money on the very top of the list.

CLICK HERE for Cara’s List:

My list is not in any particular order. All you have to do is brainstorm and free-write a list for yourself. It will give you some insight into what floats your boat, what simple things make you feel happy.

 

CLICK HERE for Lori’s list:

(Will appear here)

The Weekly Challenge: 

Your challenge will be posted tomorrow. 

Hint: Start thinking of the 10 things that make you happy!

Have a great day!