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“The most important thing is to enjoy your life, to be happy. It's all that matters." Audrey Hepburn

“Happiness is propelled by happiness. The majority of our behaviors are motivated by a desire for happiness.”

This week is Hunt for Happiness Week. It's about enjoying life’s simple pleasures and embracing the most out of life.

In 2001, the Society of Happy People established the “Hunt for Happiness Week." The secret society’s brain was Pamela Gail Johnson. Johnson is a motivational speaker, author, and happiness advocate.

The general theme of everyone’s life is about finding happiness. Most of our activities are in pursuit of happiness. It ‘s important to remember we have the gifts of happiness - We have water to drink, food to eat, and people who love us.

Celebrate Hunt for Happiness Week

Write about What makes you Happy:

Take some time to write about what brings you happiness and joy in your life.

Arrange a Date with Someone that Makes you Happy:

Make this day a special day to show someone how much you appreciate them.

Reflect on your Mental Health.

Reflect on your mental health and how you can make it better in terms of personal, professional or academic happiness.

Some Positive Steps to Honor Hunt for Happiness Week

* Add color to your life through wearing colors that make you happy, like blue or yellow.

* Bundle up, go outside and take a winter walk, or go sledding or build a snowman.

* Try a new recipe or a new hobby.

Happiness Facts

* The United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network’s World Happiness Report says that Finland is the happiest country in the world.

* According to most research , the color yellow is related to happiness.

* The Quokka is a small marsupial that lives in Australia. It’s known as the

happiest animal in the world.

"If you want others to be happy, practice compassion.

If you want to be happy, practice compassion." Dalai Lama

Written and Submitted by GSS Agent#3013

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