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SeeingHappy encourages people to take and share photos of what makes them happy.

About The Project

What are the little things that make you smile as you go through your day? Often it is the small things that make life worthwhile. And small changes can make a huge difference. 🦋 

We believe that a small change in focus to the positive can help build personal resilience and hope, and kickstart a spiral of optimism that enables us to deal with life just a little bit better. It can create a cascade of positivity in our lives.

Help us to celebrate and spread the good stuff, and participate in creating a shared piece of art: The Art of Everyday Happiness. Whether a professional photographer or a casual iPhone-ographer, we invite you to submit the photos that make you happy.

Look for the good, take a moment to appreciate it, take a photo 📸, and share it for everyone to enjoy.

Mindfully attending to the good, sharing that piece of positivity, committing to a community of likeminded people can bring about meaningful change for all of us.

Mandy Seligman

Spotlight On

by Charles Andaloro

Lone-Wolf

Gratitude Collection

The science of Positive Psychology tells us that living a life of gratitude greatly increases our own happiness. This makes a lot of sense because the act of saying “Thank You” benefits both the person saying it and the person receiving it. Gratitude lifts our own mood because it tells us that we are not alone and that there are other people out there we can rely on to have our backs. To the person who hears the “Thank You” it is life affirming. It means that their efforts have been seen and appreciated and valued. It means they matter. Living a life of gratitude makes the world a better place for everyone.

Covid Connections

As social creatures we need to feel connected to each other and that we belong. Loneliness kills and isolation makes us sad and depressed. One of the devastating effects of the pandemic is the social isolation that many of us endured; not being able to hug our nearest and dearest is so painful and it seemed so endless a year ago.. So how did you cope? Were there “Covid Connections” that eased the pain? Many people bought puppies like us and ours brought us much love and joy in troubling times. Some people took up a new hobby. What helped you?

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