2012 Happiness Challenge: For those of you following the 2012 Happiness Project Challenge, to make 2012 a happier year -- and even if you haven’t officially signed up for the challenge -- welcome! Each week, I post a video about some Pigeon of Discontent raised by a reader. Because, as much as we try to find the Bluebird of Happiness, we're also plagued by the Pigeons of Discontent.
For the first month of the Pigeons of Discontent videos, my friend Maria helped me out. This was a fun experiment, but we couldn't really get that format to work properly, so I'm switching back to doing the videos solo.
This week's Pigeon of Discontent, suggested by a reader, is: "I can never get to bed on time."
See the happiness mug on the table beside me? That was a birthday present from my sister a few years ago. She finds great happiness-related gifts.
If you want to read more about this resolution, check out…
A secret to more happiness and energy? Give yourself a bedtime.
Fourteen tips for getting more sleep—and why it matters.
A fundamental secret to happiness? Get enough sleep.
I hope you enjoy the new format. It's still evolving, so bear with me while it's taking shape.
You can post your own Pigeon of Discontent at any time; also, from time to time, I'll make a special call for suggestions.
If you're new, jump in right now, sign up here. Studies suggest that by taking action, like signing up for this challenge, will help you keep your resolutions. For the 2012 Challenge, each week I'll post a video for you to consider, and you can check out the archives of videos here.
* I never know what I'm going to find on Kirtsy.
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