“Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.” Mahatma Gandhi
I have a confession.
This website is called “Create a Happy You”, but I started it to create a happy me. Before you run off thinking you must be in the wrong place, let me explain.
Perhaps you’ve heard the expression, “If you want to really understand something, teach it.” It’s that principle that inspired me to create this website.
I’ve been reading and studying all sorts of materials related to self-improvement, psychology, genetics, success – you get the idea – in order to find a path to my own happiness. Along the way I’ve learned lots of really cool things, great techniques, and useful tips and tricks.
But I still wasn’t happy. Not really happy anyway, not the way I wanted to be. Over time though, I noticed that when I was immersed in the material I was much happier. That is, when I consciously studied and “worked” on being happy I was happy more often than when I got lazy and stopped learning.
So the most recent time I began putting effort into the process, I decided I needed a reason to stay focused. And I also wanted to share so much of what I’ve been learning with the people in my life. Surprisingly I found very few of them receptive of what I had to say. But I didn’t want to give up and I figured there must be people out there interested in becoming more happy. What better place to find them than on the internet?
And that’s why I created this website. So take a look around and see if anything speaks to you about your path towards creating a happy you – so you can live a happy life.
When I’m not working on the website, I’m a mom to two wonderful children, a physicist, freelancer and writer.
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