You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
Three Good Things - A Happiness Journal

It’s been shown that if you write down three good things that happen to you everyday, your happiness and positivity increase

It’s been shown that if you write down three good things that happen to you everyday, your happiness and positivity increase

Three Good Things - A Happiness Journal

by Asher Dale
Three Good Things - A Happiness Journal
Three Good Things - A Happiness Journal
Three Good Things - A Happiness Journal

What is it about?

It’s been shown that if you write down three good things that happen to you everyday, your happiness and positivity increase. Three Good Things, a happiness journal, enables you to do exactly that with a simple user-interface and gamification to encourage engagement.

Three Good Things - A Happiness Journal

App Details

Version
1.1
Rating
(712)
Size
13Mb
Genre
Health & Fitness Lifestyle
Last updated
June 6, 2017
Release date
May 30, 2017
More info

App Screenshots

Three Good Things - A Happiness Journal screenshot-0
Three Good Things - A Happiness Journal screenshot-1
Three Good Things - A Happiness Journal screenshot-2
Three Good Things - A Happiness Journal screenshot-3

App Store Description

It’s been shown that if you write down three good things that happen to you everyday, your happiness and positivity increase. Three Good Things, a happiness journal, enables you to do exactly that with a simple user-interface and gamification to encourage engagement.

In the world today, society tends to focus on the negative. Rather than remembering all of the good things in their lives, people often focus on the things which they don’t like. With Three Good Things, you can rewire your brain to focus on the positive by writing down good things that happen to you everyday. By finding positive things that happen in your daily life, you train your mind to notice the good things in life instead of allowing it to focus on the negative.

As Harvard Professor Shawn Achor explains in his book The Happiness Advantage, "this exercise has staying power.... the items you write down each day don't need to be profound or complicated, only specific. You can mention the delicious take-out Thai food you had for dinner, your child's bear hug at the end of a long day, or the well-deserved acknowledgement from your boss at work."

Icons from icons8.com

Disclaimer:
AppAdvice does not own this application and only provides images and links contained in the iTunes Search API, to help our users find the best apps to download. If you are the developer of this app and would like your information removed, please send a request to [email protected] and your information will be removed.