Smart Living If You're In Need of a Pick-Me-Up, These 100 Happy Facts Might Do the Trick

23:30  20 september  2019
23:30  20 september  2019 Source:   womansday.com

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It might seem these days like information is flying at us 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. There’s never been a time where there is easier access to random facts and statistics about all kinds of things — to facts and statistics about anything, in fact . But it can sometimes seem like all of that information is lacking, well, happy facts and statistics. So whether you ’ re looking for some pleasant, surprising facts to list off at a random party or you just want a break from reading stuff that makes you sad, here are 100 facts that will make you grin, laugh, or just feel a little bit better.

Whether you have been feeling down or depressed and need a pick me up , or if you want to make someone happy , these phrases and sayings will provide you words of encouragement and remind you… Good people are like candles; they burn themselves up to give others light. Happy people don’t have the best of everything they make the best of everything. Smiling doesn’t necessarily mean you ’ re happy . Sometimes it just means you ’ re strong. The best feeling of happiness is when you ’ re happy because you’ve made somebody else happy .

Oklahoma quarterback Jalen Hurts doesn't like positive headlines any more than his former coach Nick Saban. And it doesn't matter if the praise comes from reporters or even his own team's social media.

An Oklahoma football Instagram post Friday mentioned the Sooners ranked No. 1 in total offense and No. 2 in scoring among several accolades. An image of Hurts, who is the leader in the USA TODAY Network Heisman Watch after three weeks, was featured prominently in the graphic.

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You ' re making me feel worse, Neil. Neil Sorry Dan – it's all for educational purposes! Our audience will learn from your pain! Remorse is like regret – and there's a good expression to describe exactly that bad feeling you get when you realise you don't really need or want the thing you've bought. Neil Well, a good recap of the vocabulary from this programme might do the trick . Dan Shall we start with the first word? Do you ever go in for a bit of retail therapy, Neil? Neil Actually I try to avoid it. Especially after reading this survey – I don't think the happiness you feel after buying something lasts very long.

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That didn't sit well with the senior signal caller, who slid into the comments section with a two-word response: "Rat Poison".

The reference goes back to Hurts' former stop at Alabama, where Saban first referred to positive headlines from the media as "rat poison" in 2017.

While Hurts may have left Tuscaloosa, he is still seems to be following some of Saban's teachings as he looks to keep himself and Oklahoma humble on their path toward a possible national championship.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Jalen Hurts calls Oklahoma Instagram post "rat poison"

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