Update: We heard from many people on the issues of "textiquette."
Elizabeth’s new podcast Happier in Hollywood launches on May 18! Also, my book The Four Tendencies is now available for pre-order. (If you’re inclined to buy the book, it’s a big help to me if you pre-order.)
Try This at Home: Boost your energy. As I describe in my book The Happiness Project, when I did my own happiness project, I made January the month of "energy," because when we have more energy, everything is easier.
Some long-term energy solutions: get enough sleep, get some exercise.
Some quick energy fixes: doing ten jumping jacks, listening to upbeat music (try our Happier 911 list on Spotify), tackle a nagging task, listen to a high-energy podcast, have a mantra.
Happiness Hack: Our listener Elizabeth suggests that during times of romantic heartache, listen to music in foreign languages, so the lyrics of love songs won't affect your mood.
Deep Dive into Loneliness: We got such a big response to our Very Special Episode 110, about loneliness, that we wanted to go deeper into the subject. People had such thoughtful responses.
Demerit: I give myself a demerit for not staying up late at a bar.
Gold Star: Elizabeth gives a gold star to Adam's aunt, who hosts an annual Easter party.
- Want a new podcast to listen to, with the same vibe as Happier? The Onward Project is the family of podcasts that I’ve launched, for podcasts that are about “your life–made better.” Check out Side Hustle School and Radical Candor.
- In episode 98, we interviewed Gary Taubes about his book The Case Against Sugar. If you'd like the transcript of a longer interview I did with him, just email me to request it.
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