Happiness offers motivational and inspirational tips to put a smile on your face

Sep 2, 2010
Shine

If you’re unhappy and you know it, tap your iPhone and open Happiness, the app that leads you to hundreds of wise tips that will shower you with inspiration, leaving you with messages that give you that warm and fuzzy feeling. Happiness is the much-needed antidote to the work that has got you frazzled, and […]

If you’re unhappy and you know it, tap your iPhone and open Happiness, the app that leads you to hundreds of wise tips that will shower you with inspiration, leaving you with messages that give you that warm and fuzzy feeling.

Happiness is the much-needed antidote to the work that has got you frazzled, and to your dating life that has headed south. Before you throw in the towel, thinking that happiness belongs to someone else, flip through the abundance of uplifting messages in this free app, and you’ll be gently reminded that the small things in life, that many take for granted, can bring big joy.

The app’s interface is quite simple, as it strictly sticks to delivering motivational words of wisdom, like “Always say ‘yes’ when someone asks you to dance” or “Take a 10-minute walk everyday; and while you walk, smile and think good thoughts.” If you find a phrase on the corny side, or not uplifting enough for your sour mood, simply tap or swipe your iPhone or iPod Touch in any direction, and you’ll have the next message at your fingertips. In a day and age when self-help books are as abundant as cookbooks, it’s nice to know that with this app, you can take a little piece of motivational inspiration on the go. While Tony Robbins or Jillian Michaels probably won’t be knocking on your door to transform you into a blissful, self-actualized individual anytime soon, you can tap into Happiness, and be rewarded with a few smiles.

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Lauren Drell

Lauren Drell is a freelance writer living in Chicago who appreciates descriptive adjectives and the art of the perfectly cooked shoestring french fry. She graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.

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