This issue reminds us all to be a little nicer to everyone—including ourselves!
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) March 06, 2018
Live Happy aims to make the world a happier place, and Harry Connick Jr.—its May issue cover story celeb—ramps up the positivity at work and at home. He’s handsome and amazingly talented, yet also passionate about music, family, giving back and creating a culture of kindness in the world.
Harry, who was encouraged by his parents to help others, now does the same for his three teenage daughters.
“We were in Starbucks the other day and there was a woman who had a tray of drinks,” Connick says in his Live Happy cover story. “I told Charlotte [his daughter] to get up and go walk that woman to her car. And she came back five minutes later and said, ‘Oh, that woman was so nice, we were talking about all kinds of things.’ You have to be taught that things like that are socially appropriate.”
Connick also shares with readers his tips for happiness, including building good habits and hitting the right notes consistently every day.
Deborah K. Heisz, Live Happy’s CEO, co-founder and editorial director, says, “If you’re inspired by Harry Connick Jr.’s uplifting and soulful music or enjoy the positive values and community spirit of his TV show, Harry, then you’ll connect with him even more in this issue that reminds us all to be a little nicer to everyone—including ourselves!”
Also in the May issue:
—“Healthy Mind, Happy Mind,” by Science Editor Paula Felps, shows how focusing on the positives in life can help relieve stress and work to build positive mental health. The connection between mental well-being and practices such as gratitude, mindfulness and hope goes beyond just feeling good, it also helps change the way the brain works.
—Build a Happy Acts Wall: March is Live Happy’s favorite month of the year—orange Happiness Walls pop up along with spring flowers, inspiring all to focus on happiness and share acts of kindness. Help Live Happy reach its biggest goal yet, 500 walls to celebrate the International Day of Happiness on March 20! Have fun by getting crafty with borders and colors; pick up the new issue for favorite designs and ideas.
—33 Happy Acts to Change the World: What’s the best way to share kindness with others? Giving back to a favorite charity, paying it forward, spending quality time playing games with family and friends, making someone laugh? Share ideas on social media by tagging #livehappy.
—10 Simple Ways to Spread Civility: Is common courtesy a thing of the past? Stress and technology are driving many Americans to the brink, but compassion can turn the tide.
—Raise Happier, Braver Kids: Learn about positive childhood anxiety busters, warning signs of stress overload and when not to worry about worry.
—Pretty and Positive: Scandal’s Bellamy Young relishes life in the present, enjoying small moments of joy chatting with neighbors, discovering a new book of poetry or cooking dinner at home.
Live Happy also goes beyond the pages with Live Happy Now, an inspiring free weekly audio podcast on iTunes that offers interviews with top researchers and experts in the fields of positive psychology and well-being. Readers can also visit LiveHappy.com and espanol.LiveHappy.com for even more information on finding and sharing happiness.
Live Happy is available on newsstands at major retailers throughout the U.S., including Barnes & Noble, Whole Foods Market and Hudson News. It can also be found at Presse Commerce newsstands in Canada, among others. Live Happy’s award-winning digital edition is available from the App Store and on Google Play. Current subscribers receive complimentary access on their tablet devices and smartphones. Go to http://www.livehappy.com for more information.
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About Live Happy
Live Happy LLC, owned by veteran entrepreneur Jeff Olson, is a company dedicated to promoting and sharing authentic happiness through education, integrity, gratitude and community awareness. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, its mission is to impact the world by bringing the happiness movement to a personal level and inspiring people to engage in purpose-driven, healthy, meaningful lives.