How do you define happiness? It's an integral part of our lives, something we all strive for, yet we all kind of define it differently. In most languages, the word "happy" comes from the word "lucky." Could there be truth to that? Or does this point to the difference between us and how previous generations perceived it? This week we had a chance to interview someone who boldly sought out happiness every single day for the past nine years. She is wise beyond her years, and we are thrilled to share her story with you below. --Guri
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Editor's Note: How do you define happiness? It's an integral part of our lives, something we all strive for, yet we all kind of define it differently. In most languages, the word "happy" comes from the word "lucky." Could there be truth to that? Or does this point to the difference between us and how previous generations perceived it? This week we had a chance to interview someone who boldly sought out happiness every single day for the past nine years. She is wise beyond her years, and we are thrilled to share her story with you below. --Guri
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At 17, Liz Buechele set on a journey to find the true meaning of happiness. She was deeply committed to her search every day. We sat down with Liz 3,307 days later to hear how the journey unfolded.
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She was dining at a restaurant over the holidays. With only one other family in the restaurant, she wondered how the pregnant waitress was doing without many tips. It led to this sweet surprise.
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The Smile Project Celebrates 3,000 Days of Happiness
Hugs Over 9 years ago, Liz Buechel, a teenager in Pennsylvania started writing down what made her happy every single day. Today, that teenager runs a nonprofit organization called The Smile Project and is dedicated to empowering youth to create kinder communities.
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