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Spread Happiness By Sharing A Smile

This Week's Simple Tip

Ever notice how contagious smiling can be? When you see someone smiling, your natural response is to smile back. Even without saying a word, you somehow understand what someone is trying to convey to you just by smiling. Smiling is a universal language … a smile is a curve that sets everything else straight :) The beautiful thing about smiles is that they are a two-way gift … people on both ends of a smile exchange feel good. The act of smiling activates neural messaging that makes your brain feel good, and you pass that along to someone else for a feel-good chain effect. Mother Teresa once said that “every time you smile at someone, it is an action of love, a gift to that person, a beautiful thing.”


This Week's Focus

This week, make it a point to share some smiles each day. It doesn’t matter if it’s to someone you know or to a stranger. I personally love to go to the grocery store and see how many smiles I can share. I leave feeling great, and I know that I’ve touched many other hearts.

Click on the serenity sticky, which will open in a new window, then right click and press "Save." Print, cut and post the serenity sticky above on your bathroom mirror to remind you of this week’s focus. Good luck!


Little Serenity Tidbits

1. Laughing has been scientifically proven to be healthy! Give yourself the gift of a minute to watch this wonderfully funny example of how contagious smiles are!! I GUARANTEE you'll smile. And remember, SMILING/LAUGHING = HAPPIER & HEALTHIER LIVING!

2. Have you ever been on the receiving end of a random act of kindness to experience the pure joy it brings? I recently found this painted rock on the ground by my mailbox. It brought such joy that I joined the Facebook group called "Rockin' Smiles" and will do my part to paint some rocks and spread joy to others.

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