Join a Group

One of the happiness-project resolutions that I’ve found to be most effective – and also the most fun – is to join or start a group.

Being part of a group is a terrific way to make new friends, deepen existing friendships, have fun, create a sense of belonging, and spend time thinking about a subject that interests you.

People all over the world have started groups for people doing happiness projects together. These groups swap ideas, build enthusiasm, give encouragement, and – perhaps most important – hold each other accountable. (Think AA and Weight Watchers.)

One of the best ways to build good habits and happiness effective – and also one of the most fun ways – is to join or start a group.

Being part of a group is a terrific way to strengthen relationships, create accountability, have fun, and get energized.

People all over the world have started Better Than Before habits groups and Happiness Project groups together. These groups swap ideas, build enthusiasm, give encouragement, and – perhaps most important – hold each other accountable. (Think AA and Weight Watchers.)

If you’d like help launching a group for people doing a Better Than Before habits groups together, email me at grubin at gretchenrubin dot com to get a copy of the habits starter kit.

If you’d like help launching a group for people doing Happiness Projects together, email me at grubin at gretchenrubin dot com to get a copy of the happiness starter kit.

Keep me posted about your group! I’m wildly interested to hear what everyone’s doing. Email me at grubin at gretchenrubin dot com.