International Day of Happiness: Tips for Staying Positive at Work and Home — Simply Stamps How-To

Hello fellow bloggers! I had a blog post published at work yesterday that I wrote for one of our brands, Simply Stamps. I have been employed by the same company for 11 1/2 years and worked in most departments. I was taught how to make stamps when I started in 2008 and quickly moved into customer service for Simply Stamps after 3 months. Since that time, I have worked in some capacity in almost every department within our working family, HCBrands.

My assignment this month was to write about the International Day of Happiness which is tomorrow, March 20th. I wrote it, edited it and as the daily news changed over the past few days, rewrote it again. I hope you enjoy the article, be happy today with a little extra “happy” for tomorrow as we face many challenging days ahead with this nasty monster lurking about. I’m working from home, already stir-crazy, but you can bet that I’m spreading my own smiles to you wherever you are. Positive Happy Vibes!

International Day of Happiness will take on a whole new meaning in 2020 with the amount of coronavirus cases increasing each day. As many Americans are sheltered in place, working from home or have been told to stay indoors, our wellness, both mentally and physically will be challenged. There are many ways that you can…

International Day of Happiness: Tips for Staying Positive at Work and Home — Simply Stamps How-To

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