Speechless Sunday – Too Much Mamma Mia
This is my daughter during the watching of Mamma Mia. She likes to get dressed up in various outfits and has several costume changes during the movie. You can even see the movie on...
I am pretty sure that I already knew this but it sure is nice to hear. Happiness is contagious in social networks. I am a lover of Twitter. I have been from the moment that I signed up. If I am having a bad day, I can go on and instantly I am cheered up by thousands of people posting random things about themselves or others. It is highly addictive but ALWAYS makes me happy.
If you're feeling great today, you may end up inadvertently spreading the joy to someone you don't even know.
This is what happens to me. On Twitter and on Facebook. Social networking can an amazing form of escape or a much needed stress reliever.
New research shows that in a social network, happiness spreads among people up to three degrees removed from one another. That means when you feel happy, a friend of a friend of a friend has a slightly higher likelihood of feeling happy too.
This is so true, isn't it?
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I agree with this. I am a twitter addict an I am guaranteed to be cheered up and get a good laugh everytime I go there.
That sounds good, but I am still resisting Twitter. I am afraid that my children might starve while I tweeted away! I am easily sucked in.
Twitter addict here too 🙂
Yes, I think it can cheer you up & get you going! Even if people you dont know well are on, alot of times they tweet quotes or sayings that put things in perspective.