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Why I’m Doing #100happydays My Way

You’ve probably seen it all across social media: people adding #100happydays to their posts and posting more frequently than normal. The idea behind it is to recognize something happy in each and every day. It’s a great idea, which is why I decided to start doing it (on Instagram, in my case).

But there are those days where there really aren’t many happy things at all. Or – on a less depressing note – days where you are so busy living life that you forget entirely to document it on social media. I have fallen victim to those days, which is probably obvious, or else I wouldn’t be writing this post.

Now, I think that the goal of finding happy moments in blah or unhappy days is really important. And that’s why I didn’t just stop when I missed one or two. I went back at it, went back at capturing the happy moments in my life, because that’s the whole point of the challenge. If we have a bad day or moment, we don’t just give up. The world keeps on going, and the happy moments come back around, an hour, a day, a week, a month later. They come back.

Here are some of the pictures I’ve been posting as a part of this challenge.



100 happy days

100 happy days

What are your thoughts on the #100happydays program?

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1 Comment

  • Reply Marla Rogers

    Thank you thank you thank you omg you perfectly described what I've been feeling about the challenge too! I have missed a few days because I was just too busy to think about social media and I kinda felt bad because the "point" of the challenge is to find something good in those exact days and I wasn't doing it. But you're completely right…the point is to not give up and to remember that happiness comes back around.

    May 28, 2014 at 10:51 pm
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