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My favorite part of The Happy Wall is watching it from a distance. Curious, people walk gingerly around the perimeter, smiling as they read what others have written. Then, they pick up a piece of chalk and make their own addition.
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Happy. That’s the word I would use to describe my state after moving into a new house this summer.
Before you go racing out to the mall to pick up a new oversized reindeer sweater for Aunt Sally, consider the science of happiness as a guide to gift-giving this year.
The holidays can be a joyous time, but for some of us, they can also herald the coming of a series of challenges that can distract us from joyfully engaging with our loved ones.
Happiness is about the journey, not about destination; it’s about how you live your life each day. Here are a few ideas for adding a little more gratitude, mindfulness and joy into your usual routine.
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