I spend at least 2 hours a week driving to/from Boston for work.  Due to being a huge nerd with tendencies towards being an 80-year-old (often inspired by my husband), I listen to a lot of {Boston’s Public Radio}.  In addition to being informed on the current events, politics, and more than my fair share of random knowledge about Boston, I get to learn about awesome stuff like: {Happier}.

The whole app is based on science that shows that sharing and reading happy thoughts makes you “happier, healthier, and more productive.”  I thought it was little kitschy and avoided it at first, but I’ve been inspired lately to practice gratitude by friends in {Uganda} and in {Louisville}.

Needless to say, I’m a fan of this fun little app.  I’ve had 9 “happy moments” over the last 3 days all captured and categorized.  I literally find myself scoping out stuff to be happy and grateful for.  Practice makes perfect permanent, as my high school teacher always said.  And there is plenty to be grateful for.

yays: Free app, fabtastic color scheme, great concept, and puts a smile on your face (no drama like FB).
nays: Search features aren’t great, but it’s still relatively new.  Crossing my fingers.

If you decide to also lend yourself some lessons in happiness and gratitude, make sure to look me up and add me!

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