The Happiness Experiment

Hello there!

Here I am again blogging…

As you know I have a keen interest in personal development and just under 3 weeks ago I started what I call the “happiness experiment”.

“What is the happiness experiment?”  I hear you say.  Well, at the end of everyday you must list the following:

  1. 3 new things I am grateful for
  2. 1 positive experience you encountered in the day
  3. Exercise
  4. Email someone something nice
  5. Pray
  6. Perform a random act of kindness

This helps you to focus your mind on the good things in your life and causes you to be grateful for what you have. This experiment is meant to last for 21 days but I’ve gained so much from it that I’m making it a permanent fixture in my life.

Try it for yourself.

Until next time.

Crystal Debrah



Author: Crystal Debrah

I empower young adults to transition successfully from school to the real world. WHY? It's needed! Just remember what it was like for you. HOW? Through inspirational self-help books , story telling and impactful workshops, seminars and conferences. WHO AM I: I'm the person who sees a need and creates a practical solution to solve it. I'm the first one in my family to have gone to university and found the "school to university" transition tough. I did terribly in my first year. Yet through asking questions, learning the ropes and pure determination I went from a 3rd class degree to a 2:1. This inspired my first award winning book, "What They Don't Tell You about University", (which got published when I was at Law School). The sequel, "What They Don't Tell You When You Graduate" followed and is packed with crucial advice for the new graduate! I've given advice to the masses through The Telegraph, BBC radio and London Live. My speaking engagements range from educational institutions to corporates to government departments. Book me: Join our community:

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