Daily Dose Roundup Ep. 101 – Happy Songs, Gravitational Waves, Tech Detox, Love Hacks and Ministers of Happiness


Check out these fun, interesting, educational, inspiring stories from this week:

Top 65 happy songs – Telegraph.co.uk

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/music/what-to-listen-to/top-65-happy-songs/Top 65 happy songsWe all love a happy song, whether it’s from a movie, a pop star or a 1930s folk crooner. Here are the best 65 happy and feelgood songs of the past 90 years, including hits from Bob Marley, Taylor Swift and Pharrell Williams. Gallery compiled by Martin… Read more…


Gravitational Waves Exist: Here’s How Scientists Finally Found Them

http://www.newyorker.com/tech/elements/gravitational-waves-exist-heres-how-scientists-finally-found-themJust over a billion years ago, many millions of galaxies from here, a pair of black holes collided. They had been circling each other for aeons, in a sort of mating dance, gathering pace with each orbit, hurtling closer and closer. By the time they were a few hundred miles apart, they were whipping around at nearly the speed of light, releasing great shudders of gravitational energy. Space and time became distorted, like water at a rolling boil. In the fraction of a second that it took for the black holes to finally merge, they radiated a hundred times more energy than all the stars in the universe combined. They formed a new black hole, sixty-two times as heavy as our sun and almost as wide across as the state of Maine. As it smoothed itself out, assuming the shape of a slightly flattened sphere, a few last quivers of energy escaped. Then space and time became silent again…. Read more…


5 Reasons To Force Yourself To Do A Technology Detox

http://addicted2success.com/success-advice/5-reasons-to-force-yourself-to-do-a-technology-detox/All of us deal with addiction at some point in our life. For the last few years, a few of us have joked about our addictions with technology thinking that there was no such thing. I have just witnessed this so-called myth, become a reality in my life. My addiction skyrocketed out of control when I began building an online presence. My reasons for doing so were fairly innocent: I wanted to make it easier for people to connect with me so I could have some small impact on inspiring them to be more on an ongoing basis. What started out as good intentions led me to something much more. I lost sight of why I initially began to build an online presence and got lost in distractions that had nothing to do with my vision. I have written this article because I don’t want the same to happen to you. Each of our individual life missions is too important to have something so basic take it away from us. It’s no longer something to joke about and it has had a serious effect on me recently. All of what I am saying about technology might come as a shock… Read more…


7 Relationship Hacks to Improve Your Life This Valentine’s Day – TIME

http://time.com/4219703/relationship-hacks-valentines-day/7 Relationship Hacks to Improve Your Life This Valentine’s DayHere are seven simple relationship hacks to make your life happier today: 1. Send one supportive text to your partner each day. Unlike other texts you may send to your partner throughout the day, this one is not to discuss errands or to plan your evening…. Read more…


United Arab Emirates Names Ministers of Happiness and Tolerance

http://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/uae-creates-ministries-of-happiness-and-tolerance/Not feeling happy? There’s a government agency to fix that — if you’re in the United Arab Emirates. The country ranked 20th on the world happiness scale last year aims to move up the list, and has created a “Ministry of Happiness” to promote social good that will spawn more… Read more…


Daisy Belaire

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