Can you really get happy for less than $1?
Well according to the iPhone (iPad, and iPod Touch too) app Get Happy, yes, you can.
When life gives me lemons I just want to make lemonade… with a little sugar. I mean really, who in life wants to be miserable? I know I don’t. Some days I just don’t know how to get out of the funk I’m in and using the Get Happy app I’ve been able to explore ways to improve myself, my mind and in turn… maybe not yell at my kids so much.
- Learn skills to effectively deal with painful thoughts and feelings and provide clarity about what is really important in your life. This knowledge will guide, inspire and motivate you to make changes for a better life.
- You will receive a tip every day, similar to having a clinical psychologist nudge you in the right direction for raising your personal happiness.
- The tips are organized based upon four pillars of happiness: relationships, leisure, personal growth and work & education.
- A key feature is a self-rating system that prioritizes daily tips based upon areas in your life most in need of improvement.
- Get Happy provides psychological strategies in a portable and accessible way, perfect for even the busiest individuals’.
It features hundreds of tips you can actually use to improve various aspects of your everyday life. Included are tips for improving your relationships, personal growth, leisure, and balancing your work life.
What I like is that users can rate their own happiness within their lives and get tips based on their current happiness level. Using the tips can help you improve upon the areas they rated lower than the others. This app and most of the tips in it were crafted by a clinical psychologist to bring simple, effective tips to users on a daily basis. You can also share tips on Twitter and Facebook by just a click of a button. Your friends and family will have to download the app but they won’t be sorry they did so it’s a win/win.
So hmm.. therapist for a $300+ per hour and after the hour your time is up and your money is gone or spent 99 cents and you can use it everyday. Do I think it’s worth it? Yeah…this app is totally worth the 99 cents.
Disclosure: This is a partnered post. All opinions are mine and I hope this helps you become happier like it helps me.