Blogging has led to tweeting on Twitter and following tweets! If you haven’t tried this yet, please do! Even if you are a bit shy, it is such a wonderful way to connect with like-minded people. Happy, positive, fun people!
First of all, you can “tweet” about what is important to you or simply about things that make you…..(you know what I am going to say, right?) happy! Others can “like” your tweets and follow YOU. Another fun feature is when you find something you like, you can “retweet” it! Maybe your friend’s tweet, or something you want your friends to learn about, or just something that made you laugh and you want to share it. 😀
Secondly, you can find people or groups on twitter that you are interested in and follow their tweets. They don’t have to be your friend. If you really like one of their tweets, you can click on their link to learn more!
Lastly, even when you’re not actively finding others, they can find you! I have made connections with some wonderful people and groups. Some of which I searched for and some I connected with when they found me.
You never know, you might have fun if you give it a try. Please, though, look at my Twitter Feed conveniently located in my sidebar under Blog Hits. You do not need to be registered with Twitter to read my feed. I will be bringing tweets to your attention, but anytime you see a tweet that is interesting, you can easily click on its link! “My Happy” posts will appear as tweets, but other tweets will be information that is similar or supports “My Happy” content.
I was prompted to share my feed on “My Happy” when I found some great links. If you like what I have been blogging about, I know you will really like them.
Please take a look at the December 4th retweet The Power & Science of Social Connection: Emma Seppälä TEDx . It is about compassion, kindness, and of course, happiness! Emma Seppälä brings our attention to current research regarding compassion and why it is important for us to have it for others and ourselves. Hoping this video reminds you to be kind to yourself and others.
Thanks for reading!