Happiness List: What brings you joy?

As I said in my post Starting a Happiness Project at a Time of Absolute Misery, I’m going to do all the tasks that Gretchen Rubin did in her book The Happiness Project. So the first thing that she mentions is to list all the things that make you happy, and so here is mine:

  • Writing (diary, poems, songs, blog, fiction, personal essays, funny stuff, about self-help)
  • Teaching
  • Performing
  • Being in front of a crowd
  • Making people laugh
  • Talking about politics
  • Making crafts/art
  • Organizing
  • Singing
  • Dancing
  • Karaoke
  • Giving people gifts
  • Interacting with people
  • Talking to people
  • Meeting people
  • Talking
  • Traveling for a purpose
  • Trying new things
  • Challenging myself
  • Thinking of new things to teach
  • Going out
  • Staying at home
  • Hanging out with friends
  • Hanging out with family
  • Eating out
  • Spa
  • Fixing my room
  • Getting nails done
  • Buying clothes, books, accessories
  • Playing with dog
  • Piano
  • Walking
  • Taking photos
  • Reading
  • Watching stand up
  • Watching movies, plays, tv
  • Listening to music
  • Learning
  • Making plans
  • Going to lectures, workshops, conferences
  • Malling
  • Being an activist

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