Wow! I can’t believe I am approaching the 1st anniversary of “My Happy” Creating Your Happy. I knew this blog would be important to me, I didn’t realize how much. Whenever I faced any difficult time this past year, I would think back to everything I wrote and encouraged my readers to be, try, or learn. Instead of letting my old (negative) ways take over, I would try to stick to positive strategies and use a Growth Mindset for myself. I will admit, I still have a long way to go. Keep practicing, right? I do know that this past year of learning and blogging has had a great impact in my life. It has kept me true to myself and my family. It has helped me to be a more mindful parent and friend. It has also kept me focused on my goals and I have been able to follow through with ideas. I truly appreciate the support and feedback I have gotten from you all. It’s my hope that I have written at least one thing that has brought some positive information to you.
Although I have not been posting regularly, I have been working behind the scenes of “My Happy”. I have been finding terrific information that is connected to what I write about. Whenever I find something I think you might be interested in, I “tweet” it and it appears in my twitter feed. One of my favorite recent re-tweets was Kindergarteners Talk About Mindfulness in ‘Just Breathe’ Short Film | Mindful. You can also follow me on Twitter and then I may be able to follow you. 🙂
I am customizing my blog, with the blog stats in mind. There have been many views of my Happiness Page. Sometimes, more often than not, the only page viewed. I decided to add to this page. It now includes a video of Sonja Lyubomirsky: The Benefits of Happiness. I viewed this video as part of the “Science of Happiness” course offered by University of California, Berkeley. Check it out! I am currently taking this course and I will be sharing information as I progress.
I have also had professional pictures taken to share on “My Happy”, a very special thank you to Danielle for taking time out of her busy schedule to finally steer me clear of my selfies. 😉 She was amazingly calm, focused, kind, and patient (my children were being very silly). I look forward to seeing more of Danielle Vicotoria Photography! Works of art!
I have also been working on a happy project which I will be sharing in my younger children’s classroom soon! My aim is to share it on my Kids’ Page as well. I’m keeping my Growth Mindset, learning, taking risks, staying positive, asking for help, and not giving up.
Looking forward to this next year of “My Happy” Creating Your Happy with all of you! Thanks for reading!