The Positivity Project

anna(Glamour UK – February issue)

I have been a huge Glamour Magazine UK fan since 2004, and I have read every SINGLE issue since then. Believe me, I have. And as much as I love fashion, what I love most about the magazine are the posts on our everyday lifestyle. Sometimes there are tips/advice on how we can try to make our everyday lifestyle better, including the food we eat, our social life and even our sex life. Glamour always have ways to make the reading fun, even though some of the posts are at a more serious level of reading. However, I never got to try out any of the tips/advice. But everything is about to change. Back in the February issue, there was a post that caught my attention, and it wasn’t until a couple of days ago that I decided to give the tips/advice from the post a go. And I’m not just doing it because I am a huge Glamour fan. You see, lately I have been stressing a lot about work…and the future. The stress has got me to a place where I am constantly battling with my emotions. Since reading about the post, I haven’t been able to stop thinking about it. This post is called The Positivity Project. The project is about doing small, simple acts that could change our mood and boost our happiness. Like the old saying goes, sometimes the smallest act can be a big one, and the project itself involves 30 simple acts. So each day, I will do one act and I will be posting it on my blog. There will be no cheating of any kind. Every act will be an honest one. Instead of doing the acts accordingly to the post, I will pick the one that suits me for that particular day. However, I will leave the very last act to the last. I cannot wait till the last act…oh yes, you have to wait and see why that is 🙂 I look forward to where this project will take me emotionally and hope that it will become my personal diary of happiness booster where I can look back on it.

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