Wednesday, 18 June 2014



#100happydays is way for people to share with the world one thing everyday that makes them happy. It can be anything from food to a beautiful day. The website that I looked at believes that "while the speed of life increases" people have less time to appreciate and enjoy everyday life. Apparently 71% of people who failed to complete the challenge claimed to not have enough time. Does this mean they do not have enough time to be happy? However people who have successfully completed the challenge are in a better mood, have become more optimistic, and they begin to notice the little things that make them happy everyday! 

"Even when the challenge is over the collected 100 happy moments can always remind you about the beauty of your life. For that, you can receive a little 100 page book with your 100 happy days at the finish line of the challenge."

Ultimately those of you who are interested in trying this out check out this website:

What makes me happy:

1 comment:

  1. I think that this challenge reinforces society's obsession with social media. People feel that they need to share what makes them happy on social media but they could be just as happy without sharing it with the world. This hashtag does make people find one thing that makes them happy for 100 days which could make you realize all the little things in your life that bring you happiness.