Books, Articles & Activities

CHECK THESE OUT…Fun pic 6 – Appreciative Living: The Principles of Appreciative Inquiry in Personal Life- By Jacqueline Helm– The Tiny Buddha- Happiness and Fun– The Unteathered Soul- Michael Singer- Great info on how to quiet your mind and be able to trust in yourself so much so that you can handle anything. -Interested in positive psychology- check out this link – site will provide great information and research along with several happiness tests to take. 

http://www.yesmagazine.orgYes Magazine- for all things positive– Wed MD- Happiness Strategies -Ted Talks has information on so many subjects…check it out at  hit THEMES- scroll down to WHAT MAKES US HAPPY– Find info on every area of happiness–  See how finances and happiness are connected– International Day of Happiness

If reading makes you feel good, check out these happiness books and resources:

web-bird singing– lots of resources and books on manifesting your life’s desires– links to various positive thinker resources

Oprah- Super Soul Sundayclick here

•Videotaped sessions of some of Oprah’s Soul
Series are available on Browse the webcast on-demand archive

•Talk on the Oprah’s Soul Series message board and lots to do.

Quotes to ponder

Everyone has inside of him a piece of good news: The news is that you don’t know how great you can be! How much you can love! What you can accomplish!  Anne Frank

Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s about learning to dance in the rain.

The hardest thing to open is a closed mind.Author Unknown

If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.Dr Wayne Dyer

When one door of happiness closes, another opens, but often we took so long at the closed door that we do not see the one that has been opened up for us. Helen Keller

We don’t see the things the way they are. We see things the way WE are.  Talmund.

Awsome ActivitiesFun pic 7

Appreciative Living Circles-Appreciative Living suggests we can create real joy in our lives by focusing on, asking questions about, and creating mental pictures of what’s right, what’s working, and what we want most. It is based on the principles of Appreciative Inquiry, with constructs from Positive Psychology, living-systems theory, and other strength-based approaches. There are three basic steps in Appreciative Living: 1. Appreciating What Is. 2. Imagining the Ideal. 3. Acting in Alignment. Join Appreciative Living Click Here.

Do your own Happiness or

Book Club- Interested in starting a book club-

Gratitude Challenge- Take a gratitude Challenge and let it help you feel your best. Click here

Want to see some fun activities to make you feel better, click here.

Start your own gratitude journal- what a great way to make change! Click here.

Strength Finder Instrument- Buckingham and Clifton-