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A 21 Day Happiness Challenge November 17, 2016

Posted by nrhatch in Happiness, Health & Wellness, Life Balance, Mindfulness.

Tigger-Looking-At-His-TailJulie (@ the Flexi Foodie) is leading a 21 Day Happiness Challenge starting December 3rd.

Just in time for the holidays!

What better gift to give yourself this holiday season than the joy of happiness?

From her site:

Get weekly emails with simple challenges and activities to help you say YES to your health and happiness during the hectic holiday season.

Happiness is healthy.

After 21 days you’ll have increased energy, you’ll sleep better, you’ll feel healthier, and you’ll feel happier. Just in time for the holidays.

10 minutes a day is all you need.

Each week I send you a challenge activity to do every day that week. Do the activity anytime during the day – whenever you can find a spare 10 minutes. The activity will boost your mood, your energy, and your health and will only take 10 minutes.

You will feel transformed from the inside out! Get ready to see how prioritizing small moments of self care can lead to a healthier, happier, you.

For all the details:  Join the FREE 21 Day Happiness Challenge


“Praise and blame, gain and loss, pleasure and sorrow come and go like the wind. To be happy, rest like a giant tree in the midst of them all.”
~ The Buddha

Aah . . . that’s better!




1. Jill Weatherholt - November 17, 2016

Thanks for sharing, Nancy!

nrhatch - November 17, 2016

I’m looking forward to seeing what challenges Julie shares.

2. Ally Bean - November 17, 2016

I love the Buddha quote. Would that we could force the whole world to abide by it. [Of course the forcing part would probably be in direct contradiction to the quote’s meaning, BUT YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN, right?]

nrhatch - November 17, 2016

I know what you mean, Ally Bean! Val shared that marvelous Buddha quote a few days ago . . . I adopted it. 😀

3. viviankirkfield - November 17, 2016

Thank you so much for sharing this, Nancy! What a perfect plan for the month of December…getting us in a better state of mind and body for the New Year! I’m in!!!!

nrhatch - November 17, 2016

Hi Vivian! My thoughts exactly ~> ten minutes a day keeps “the blues” at bay!

4. Don - November 17, 2016

Looks good, Nancy. But O our exclusive and small little worlds. Sad it seems only for women.

nrhatch - November 17, 2016

Her site, Just Julie, is geared toward women, but I think the 21-day Happiness challenge is open to anyone.

5. Val Boyko - November 17, 2016

What a great idea to share Nancy. 💛

nrhatch - November 17, 2016

I love the focus of Julie’s challenge. And what a great time of year to remind people to spend 10 minutes a day to “breathe.”

6. Under the Oaks - November 18, 2016

Thank you for sharing, Nancy!

nrhatch - November 19, 2016

I’m looking forward to seeing what 10-minute challenges Julie tosses out.

7. L. Marie - November 19, 2016

Great idea! Anything done for 21 days supposedly is a habit. What a great habit to have.

nrhatch - November 19, 2016

Spending a few minutes each day remembering that we are here to be happy is apt to strengthen our happiness neurons and tickle our funny bone chakras.

8. Debra - November 23, 2016

The Buddha quote is really perfect right now. A dear family member passed unexpectedly over the weekend, and in the middle of making arrangements and tears there have been many laughs and pleasurable moments as we share funny stories related to his life. A happiness challenge is good for anyone, and I think this time of year perhaps even more!

nrhatch - November 23, 2016

Sorry about your loss . . . glad you’re finding drops of joy in the midst of the sorrow. That’s key!

We can only live happily-ever-after on a moment by moment basis.

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