No matter who or where you are in the world and what you are going through in your life, there are too many things we take for granted that truly make us happy.
(PRWEB) March 17, 2015
The global happiness movement 100happydays and the United Nations Foundation will support each other in celebration of the annual global International Day of Happiness on Friday, March 20. The aim is to reach all UN 193 countries with the message that no matter who or where you are in the world you can find a happy moment in the life around you
Across the world people are encouraged to stop for a moment, to find at least one little thing that made them happy during the day and to share it with #HAPPYDAY and #100HAPPYDAYS hashtags across social networks.
On March 20, a global happiness map will be revealed on http://world.100happydays.com. The map will get colored with happiness in real-time for next 100 days and the interactive platform will enable visitors to explore what makes the world as well as every participating country happier. It will take only 1 happy moment a day to keep the country on the global happiness map. For regions with poor internet access, there is also an offline version of the challenge available at http://world.100happydays.com.
Until the end of the challenge people are encouraged to support the United Nations Foundation and 100happydays Foundation efforts to make the world a happier place. In return, donors will receive a book with 100 most inspirational happiness moments shared across the world during the global happiness marathon.
Ways To Participate:
- Post Facebook, G+, Tumblr or Instagram photos/videos of your happy moments, using the hashtags #HAPPYDAY and #100HAPPYDAYS
- Tweet/Vine messages of your happy moments, using the hashtags #HAPPYDAY and #100HAPPYDAYS
- Spread the word to reach still uncolored countries on the global happiness map
- Register for your personal 100happydays challenge
- Donate to the United Nations Foundation and 100happydays Foundation.
About 100happydays challenge:
100happydays is a global happiness challenge started by Dmitry Golubnichy asking participants to be happy for 100 days in a row by sharing their daily blessings. Close to 70% of participants fail the challenge quoting lack of time for personal happiness, while the rest claims over 20% increase in their personal well-being. By now the challenge has impacted lives of over 2 million people, including celebrities from Bollywood to Hollywood.