Positive Thinking Courses And Stories For Improving Happiness Resource Expanded

Happiness resource A Cupful of Happy has expanded its list of content to cater to more readers, adding long materials for those with plenty of reading time and short content for busy persons.

A Cupful of Happy, an online resource site devoted to content about happiness, has expanded its offerings for people who want an alternative to negative stories in the news and internet.

More information is available at https://acupfulofhappy.com

With the announcement, the site’s creator aims to provide visitors a wider range of options in terms of the amount and length of happiness-related materials. The site now features both short and long content designed to accommodate varying attention spans and reading time.

For those with busy lifestyles, the site offers the 30 Days to a Happier Life Mini-Course, which is delivered to one’s email in short lessons that are immediately applicable. The course covers a number of topics, including simple planning, living a less-stressed life, understanding the ebb and flow of one’s happiness, maintaining one’s new-found happiness, and more.

The site also offers a membership plan for those who want regular content related to happiness. Members will receive exclusive e-mails containing motivational information and uplifting news three times a week.

Bimonthly, they will receive a link for a members-only newsletter designed to be a “secret resource” and guide for a happier life. Unlike other self-improvement materials, the newsletter focuses on a positive view of personal power, and not on flaws.

Membership costs $9.95 monthly, with a one-time payment option of $89.55. Several bonuses are included in the membership plan, such as audio materials and coloring pages.

Positivity has been shown to produce health benefits among individuals. An earlier article published by Johns Hopkins Medicine stated that people with a positive outlook are “one-third less likely” to experience a heart attack than those with negative outlooks.

A Cupful of Happy was launched in 2009 in response to the large amount of negative news about global warming. According to the creator, she realized that how the world is presented by the press and social media is not conducive to one’s happiness.

“So, I decided to create a website to counter all the negativity,” she wrote, adding that while news stories are found on the site, most of the information it provides focus on ideas that impact lives in a positive way.

The full list of materials and their benefits can be found at the URL above.

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