People often ask me, "How do I find good blogs?" My answer is, follow links.
So here’s a link for you: The Happiness Project. It’s an awesome blog chock full of tips. Gretchen Rubin writes about her effort to be happier.
Gretchen is not another self-help wackjob. She edited the Yale Law Review, clerked for Sandra Day O’Connor on the U.S. Supreme Court, and has written a few books. She’s eminently intelligent, down to earth, well-written, and motivational.
If you’re like me — always trying to increase happiness and life satisfaction — check out The Happiness Project.
3 comments on “The Happiness Project – A Great Blog”
This is so great!! I was just drowning in a technorati search looking under “personal development,” “self help,” “higher self,” etc… and couldn’t find anything inspiring– when a voice in my head told me to check your blog (when I already had this afternoon…) And voila!!!
lacey, you might check out Dareen Hardy’s Blog, or some e-zines if you like that sort of stuff. I’m a fan of it too.
hello Ben Casnocha–thanks so much for your kind words about my blog, the Happiness Project. You’ve certainly made me very happy! I’m delighted that following links led me to your site, so much great stuff here. Now I’m off to dive into your archives. Thanks! be happy, Gretchen