The Happiest Blog

Various blogs were created for various reasons by their authors. From raves to rants, flame-wars in the blogsphere to reporting about wars, past and present. From retro to techies. Whatever you can think of, it is somewhere out there.

Feeling down on a Monday? Here is a blog which the author hopes to put a smile on your face. Sharing an article from My Paper. Now there is a reason to smile.

NEW YORK: Mr Terence Chang wants to promote happiness to as many people as possible. So the Taiwanese began a personal online project, called The Happiest Blog, to collect the most recognised symbol of happiness – smiles. In less than three months, the website has collected more than 150 smiles, reported “A great smile will bring happiness to the people around you, which will make you happy too,” Mr Chang said. He had worked as an IT consultant in Phoenix, Arizona, before deciding to journey out on his own as an Internet entrepreneur.

His dream was to be able to travel around the world and help people to be happier. He created a few retail websites and began contributing to business and social networking blogs. In February, however, he hit upon The Happiest Blog project. Said Mr Chang: “Finding happiness isn’t so difficult. And one of the best ways to spread happiness is through smiles.” His goal is to collect photos of as many smiles as he can, and to post them on his site where others can enjoy them. Initially, he found most of the smiles for his blog on Flickr, the Web-based photo-sharing community. Then he started asking his blogger friends to share their happiness with his readership through a photo of their great smiles, along with the answers to simple questions about happiness. “They love the blog and how they become happier by seeing other smiles,” Mr Chang remarked. He intends to continue blogging at The Happiest Blog as long as it takes. He enjoys the project and the opportunity to learn about how different people achieve happiness. He said: “I encourage more people to participate in the happiness project. By answering a few simple questions and submitting a great smile photo, you can help to make the world a happier place.”


2 Responses to “The Happiest Blog”

  1. Henry Says:

    Very good idea!

  2. ordinary guy Says:

    Hi Henry,

    Indeed. Keep smiling always and spread a little of it around.

    Ordinary Guy

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