My Happiness Project is a personal quest to bring more happiness into my everyday life. As I continue to explore, experiment and write about My Happiness Project, I hope that you would share your happy experiences and thoughts with me.
Like Gretchen Rubin did in her book, The Happiness Project, I decided to make a list of activities that I consider fun and and a list that I don’t consider fun. The idea is the do the fun things and don’t waste my time doing the things that are not fun. This is my list. Your list will be different. Don’t judge me.
Playing board games. (Except Monopoly; it’s a bloodbath in my family.)
Riding roller coasters.
Reading a book.
Going for a walk.
Hooping (as in hula).
Playing with my dog.
Singing out loud.
Dancing with abandon.
Talking – in person – to friends.
Going to art museums.
Seeing live theater productions.
Going to the hardware store.
Getting a pedicure.
Playing Wii Just Dance.
Talking on the phone.
Getting a manicure.
Participating in a cold-weather sport.
I’m running in a 5k fundraiser for the kids’ school. Never. Again.
Do you have a defined list of what you consider fun and not fun activities?
Read another post about My Happiness Project: Small Things That Make Me Happy.