4 weeks to go… insights

With just 4 weeks to go until launch, in this post, I want to share more insights into my “Documenting a 100 Happy Days Project” eBook. The book will be on pre-order soon. I will share the details with you as soon as I have finalised them. Watch this space.

My first is to share my favourite photo from the 100 days. Hmmm, this was hard… I think it has to be this delightful little chap who appeared on my deck just before sunset on Day 30, during the height of negative events.


Nature’s work continues © Deborah Ann Stott 2015-7

“Happiness Resolutions” (if there is such a thing!)

I also want to share something that helped me keep my focus for the 100 days. Here’s an excerpt from my Day 4 post:

So here I am, reflecting on the thing that has made me happy today. Call it what you will, serendipity or grace, the Universe in its wisdom has given me a nudge. And I am acknowledging that nudge. In the spirit of keeping my momentum going for the next 97 days, I have put together what Gretchen Rubin (in her book ‘The Happiness Project’) calls a Happiness Resolutions Chart which are ways to remind myself of the changes I want to make in my life to be a little happier. Gretchen assures me that everyone will have different ideas about what will make them happy and looking at my list, it is different to hers.

  • Enjoy now
  • Create something
  • Stay in touch
  • Act the way I want to feel
  • Bless each new day
  • Be generous
  • Make time for projects that nurture my soul
  • Notice the colour purple
  • Give thanks for the ordinary and the extraordinary
  • Read more, write more, listen to music more
  • Dance and move
  • Be Debbie

You can read my most recent set here.

I leave you with this thought. What would go on your Happiness Resolution Chart and how many items would it have?

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