Happier Life Tips Happiness And Wellbeing Strategies 30-Day Challenge Launched

A Cup Full of Happiness has launched its 30 Day Challenge to Living a Happier Life which includes tips and tricks to making a happier and healthier change.

Gainesville, United States - November 21, 2020 /PressCable/ —

A Cup Full of Happy, a lifestyle and wellness website which encourages happiness and wellbeing through ideas, articles and wellness practices, has launched its 30 Day Challenge to living a happier life.

More information can be found at https://acupfulofhappy.com/30-days-challenge

The 30 Day Challenge was created and launched with the purpose and intention of making positive lifestyle changes easier and more accessible to people on the move.

The course focuses on various areas of personal life such as values, goals and lifestyle and has been curated for individuals interested in cultivating and committing to a happier life.

The 30 Days to a Happier Life Mini-Course is comprised out of Happiness Lessons sent directly to the customer through emails, as well as the option to receive the lessons via audio. Lessons are scheduled and sent daily and directly to the customers inbox in short and easy to follow packages.

The lessons on offer by the 30-Day Challenge are compact and require minimal effort; designed to be easily integrated into each individual’s lifestyle.

The lessons center around various areas of the personal life such as living a less stressful life and reducing stress in easy to follow ways, relationships and social interactions and the part they play in both generating and maintaining that new-found happiness.

A Cup Full of Happiness was started in 2009 by its founder Cate, with the intention of creating a platform to share ideas and actions which strive towards the cumulative goal of happiness.

This latest launch is in line with this goal and aims to equip individuals with the tools and guidance to lead a happier life.

As stated by the founder of the 30 Day Challenge, “During the next 30 days, you will take small actions, make small changes, that over 30 days will add up and augment each other resulting in an improved mood and outlook on life.”

For more information about the 30 Day Challenge and to get in contact visit the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Cate Vissell
Email: Send Email
Organization: A Cupful of Happy
Address: 821 Dawsonville Hwy, Suite 250-167, Gainesville, Georgia 30501, United States
Website: https://acupfulofhappy.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88986707

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