Today not only marks the first day of Spring, but it’s also the International Day of Happiness.
And while we’re usually not big fans of the National Donut days or the like, happiness is always something we can get behind 🙂
To celebrate, we wanted to share some of our favorite resources below!
There’s a whole movement behind celebrating happiness today. To join the celebration, you can visit the #internationaldayofhappiness campaign‘s website and take part in creating a happier world. The action pledge for the movement is simply: “I will try to create more happiness in the world around me.”
Feel like spreading the joy? We’ve put together a shareable graphic below that you’re welcome to grab or you can share your own piece of happiness and use the hashtag #internationaldayofhappiness 🙂
Click here to download this frame + add in your own image!
Here at QFYC, we’re all about helping you live your happiest + most fulfilling life. You can read some of the previous posts we’ve shared on happiness below:
Why You Need to Give Yourself Permission to Be Happy by Jordan Dansky
What Makes Us Happy? Welcome to the Good Life by Pete Jones
Why It’s Okay to Be Happy with a Calm Life by Sara Chuirazzi
Have one that you love + recommend? Let us know in the comments!
It’s no secret that we love all things self improvement. Some of our favorite books on happiness, purpose, mindset, and leadership are listed on our Resources page.
One book that I just finished reading and would highly recommend is Chop Wood Carry Water by Joshua Medcalf. You can read it start to end in just a few hours – it’s about 100 pages long but it’s jam-packed with profound ideas.
Last but certainly not least, we want to encourage you to spend some time with yourself today.
Take some time alone in silence. Go for a walk. Get outside. Grab your journal + a pen. Unplug.
Really start to ask yourself what happiness looks like in your life. What are your priorities? Does how you live your life reflect what they are?
Checking in with ourselves is key to living our best lives. It allows us to reflect on what’s working – and more importantly, to acknowledge and understand what’s not serving us.
We’d like to leave you with one simple question: What can you do today to start living a happier life?
One thing. That’s all you need.
Happiness comes down to a daily discipline. It’s what we do every day, those seemingly insignificant moments, that truly shape how we live our lives.
Today, we want to encourage you to celebrate this day by making one positive change in your daily routine.