(From the Happyologist, Susanna Halonen)
Do one thing every day:Read More
I know I tend to take a Pollyanna view toward life and the world, but in my opinion, thinking positively invites positive things into one’s life. I also believe that reducing the stuff in your home creates space for creativity, openness, breathing room and happiness. After reading this article in Live Happy magazine, my theories seem to be confirmed.Read More
I know I've been referencing mindfulness.org a lot frequently, but these reminders are so helpful to me in my everyday life that I want to share them with you too! These tips to feel more joy in your life may also (indirectly) help you to tackle the clutter that might be on your to-do list.Read More
My business is built on the fundamental idea that less stuff leads to less clutter which leads to more time to do the things you want to do which leads to more happiness. This TED Talk by Graham Hill is an excellent example of this philosophy.Read More
...an early morning jog with the love of my life.
...a smile from a stranger.
...vacation to a new place.
...vacation to a familiar place.
...flowers for no reason.
...watching the sunrise.
...finding a container that's a perfect size and fit for the item I wish to contain.
...a child's laugh.
...watching a dragonfly dance in the breeze.
...working with amazing clients.
...peace, love and joy.