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I like the science of being happy but I also believe much of it comes down to whether you choose to be happy because if you aren’t willing to make that choice it just doesn’t matter.
This is such a great info graphic Josh! I just discovered (and corrected) an error in the link I put in my post :o
Well there we go...sort of on track with our earlier conversation. Mexico and Nigeria are telling us something. Maybe I will open that email... :-)
Interesting information, Josh, now I know why Mark is always smiling! And if the happiness factor is maximized at 13.9° C how come the happiest children live in Mexico?
Thanks for sharing this info graphic - very interesting! I'll share it on FB now!
See you at the Hangout next week! 2014 - here we go!
@Lori Sorry for the delayed response. Your comment got Bozo'd and I just found it. LF has been doing that quite a bit lately, might switch systems again.
@Joshua Wilner/A Writer Writes Comedy of errors! I've noticed that with Livefyre lately too but I keep an eye on the Admin console. Are you still using Sidenotes? They don't show here!
Yes yes yes Barbara! So important to celebrate with a community and equally important to celebrate the community itself!
Btw Josh, I'll be linking back her later this month!