Tag Archives: Going Outside

Happiness Info Alert!

Happiness Info Alert!  Resilience Living Tool!

Jeff Haden writes….We all want to be happier and feel a greater sense of fulfillment. That’s why I often write about what happy people do more often, about some of the habits of remarkably happy people, about things to stop doing so you can be happier at work, about simple daily habits of exceptionally happy people.

The points written in the article by Jeff Haden shares and support ways people do get a sense of fulfillment.  Provides each of us resilience living tools to connect with what we do.  Here is the link..

Want to be much happier? By Jeff Haden

Add this to your Resilience Living Tool Box.  Remember to always share your smiles with all you meet!  Have a great day!

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Please send your comments on this article.  Test out one of the ideas and let us know how it helped you!

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Join the 2017 Back Yard Bird Count!

About the 2017 Back Yard Bird count

Back Yard Bird Count, Identifying Birds, and Going Outside is a great way to bring out the smiles as you look for Birds in your area.  Prepare for’ The 20th annual GBBC will be held Friday, February 17, through Monday, February 20, 2017. by downloading the Audubon App…link provided below.   Please visit the official website at birdcount.org for more information and be sure to check out the latest educational and promotional resources.

In  preparation for this count you can download the Audubon App that provides all birds in the Eastern and Western States including sounds and images.  The apps are located on the right side of the page.   This app is free.   Have  placed this app on my phone and tested it out.    As I am a novice…it is fantastic.  It also locates where you live and lists sighting near you.  Again…it is free.  Now I  will prepared to hopefully identify the birds in view.

Send a comment and let me know what you see and if you have any questions.  I will try to find an answer to your questions.