Celebrating the International Day of Happiness

In this week's episode I talk about the International Day of Happiness, its origins the definition of happiness and my experience of the 100 Happy Days challenge. Continue Reading Celebrating the International Day of Happiness

Welcome to the 186th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. In this episode, I talk about celebrating the International Day of Happiness.

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In today’s show on The International Day of Happiness

  • How International Day of Happiness came to be [00:53]
  • The definition of happiness, including synonyms. [02.20]
  • What makes you happy according to research studies [04.35]
  • The problems with toxic positivity [04.50]
  • Why I look part in the #100HappyDays Challenge and what I learned. [07.30]

Quotes on the International Day of Happiness

  • Bhutan has long recognised the value of happiness as the foundation of an inclusive and equitable society.
  • A key part of happiness is having our basic needs met.
  • Happiness can have positive effects on health and lifespan.
  • We can create a happier and kinder world together by adopting simple daily practices.
  • Our world is facing major challenges and supporting people’s wellbeing should be our top priority,

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