Happiness Hints are practical tips for how to lead a happy life. They are drawn from my study and practice of Buddhism, and I use analogies and short pithy titles to help you remember them. I first wrote them as blog posts and are planning a book of them. I’ve been writing Happiness Hints since 2011, first on the now defunct Happy Honkers blog, then here, and soon I’ll be doing a Happiness Hints podcast.
What will be in it?
- Practical tips for how to lead a happy life, delivered with a light touch by Tahlia Newland, a Buddhist practitioner, author, artist and editor.
- Happiness hints, hurdles and heroes from guests with any or no religious affiliation.
- Quotes on happiness from great people.
To make sure that you’re notified when the podcast is up and running, sign up to my Happiness Hints newsletter. Click Here. (You’ll also get a free meditation checklist)
In the meantime, to see my written Happiness Hints click here.
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If you’d like to share your own happiness hint, or a habitual thought pattern that gets in the way of your happiness (happiness hurdle), or share a story about someone who did something to help others be happy (happiness hero), then please contact me at email@example.com.
Write it out or record yourself using your phone voice recorder and send me the file for me to include in the podcast. I’ll give you suggestions for how you might handle your hurdles, and I might invite you to join me in the podcast via a Skype call.
You can also just leave a comment below.
I hope to hear from you soon. Help me make the world a happier place.