Silent Sunday


100 Happy Days

So, if you’ve been following my Instagram latelly sure you noticed that I’ve been posting a photo every day with the hasthtag #100HAPPYDAYS.

For those who have not heard yet about this interesting initiative, last March I entered the 100 Happy Days Challenge, which consists on posting every day a picture with something that makes you happy. Why? Well, to focus on positive things about your life and not lose sight of the tiny things that make us happy.

I finished the challenge last Saturday and thought it would be fun to share with you some of my impressions: Throughout the entire challenge I found relatively easy to find what to photograph and also it surprised me the way we take for granted the tiny things that make us happy. There were days I had to think a lot about the photo, there were really bad days when I wasn’t in the mood of being happy, but it helped me focus on positive things and I always ended up finding the correct post.

I made a mosaic with all the pictures I took, realized I counted the same number twice a couple of times, that is I really made 102 happy days,  I made some beautiful pics, I repeated the same topics all challenge long, and stayed really positive for those 100 days. So if your life is being a little messy or you feel inexplicable sad, join this beautiful challenge and start to focus on positive things. 100% recommended.

And now, what? Well, it’s been less than a week since I finished and for now it seems to me that I’m still focusing on the beautiful things of my life… Let’s see how long it lasts. I can always start over!

If you’re thinking on joining the challenge or already did it, let me know and I’ll be following you.

Have a beautiful Thursday!

A day in my life – A picture every hour

Here’s a day in my life, I took a pic every hour on last Saturday. This is how my days usually look.

  • 8:00 am: Good morning cuddles

  • 9:00 am: Yoga

  •  10:00 am: Studying on the sun

  •  12:00 am: Groceries list

  •  1:00 pm: All in its place

  •  2:00 pm: Lunch time

  •  3:00 pm: Let’s rest for a while

  • 4:00 pm: On my way to teach a class

  • 5:00 pm: Teaching Physics

  • 6:00 pm: Heading back home

  • 7:00 pm: A couple more hours of studying

  • 9:00 pm: Indulging myself with an easy and quick dinner

  • 10:00 pm: Relaxing shower

  • 11:00 pm: Doing some more work

Have a nice weekend!