We have the opportunity on the daily to make a positive impact on the world around us.
Whether one goes through their day searching for good deeds to be done,
or simply takes advantage of random opportunities to spread love,
every action (or inaction) has a resounding impact.
The question is: Is your impact today going to be positive, negative, or indifferent?
I have been told that one person can't make a difference.
I affectionately call these people "dummies"...
Those who actively try to hold the rest of us down,
those who would rather watch you drown than help you soar, those who can't grasp the power of positivity to create change.
Whether it's a great recipe found, or an uplifting story to share, you can be sure to find it here.
Let's start a Positivity Revolution, and drown out the dumb!

Tuesday, October 14, 2014


Although I did slack there at the end on posting all my #100HappyDays pictures to Facebook and Instagram, I just finished uploading the remainder of my final days pics on my blog. I remember thinking in the beginning how easy it would be to take a moment each day for one hundred days straight and notice what makes me happy. I knew I had happy moments often, but as I went through this project, I wanted to take a beat and take note of the moments that made my heart full and my soul light. You know those moments when you just pause and say, "Wow, that is wonderful."

It was hard to differentiate at first. I found myself a little stressed during the first month, trying every day to remember to capture that one happy moment. When I didn't have a picture by mid-day, I would think, "Is this what the skeptics were talking about?" "Why is this so hard?"

As time went on, the days flew by, I kept snapping my happy pics; and all of a sudden, it wasn't a matter of trying to pick out the happy moment, it just became easier to notice. I felt more open to the beautiful things around me. And because I knew I had to get a picture at some point, it didn't seem a waste of time to pause and take notice. After a time, it wasn't about if I could get a picture, it was when, and which happy moment I would choose. I thought I was appreciative before, but actively taking the time to document each happy moment over the past few months has made me realize what is most important to me, and what makes me happiest...

...it's food.

Check out the 100 Happy Days Foundation's website, and start your own journey!

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