Find out how a broken PC and a personal meltdown lead into Thanksgiving. With a little more than a week to Thanksgiving, we figured it was time to start our Happier Holidays series for 2019. So check out our literal Miracle on Ventura Ave. It's a pretty cool story and should get you in the mood for a teriffic Turkey Day. Happy Thanksgiving!
The songs we use in this episode are "I've Got Plenty To Be Thankful For" by Bing Crosby and "Hand In My Pocket" by Alanis Morissette. We don't own the rights to either.
I'd also like to give a special thank you to James Kocian, for the use of his songs "Bed Reflective", "Distant Reflections", "Mission" and "TEDish". Check out more of his amazing stuff here
www.JamesKocian.com or here www.Facebook.com/jameskocianmusic
Happy Veterans Day! Here are a few things we can learn from our Veterans when it comes to fighting for a Happy Life.
The special intro song we use in this episode is called "I Can't Write Left Handed" by Bill Withers. We don't own any rights to it, but here is a cool YouTube of version of it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6qhfY-aLnk
Why become UNDONE IN THE SUN when you can have it MADE IN THE SHADE?!? Sometimes the only difference between burn out and chill out is which side of the street you decide to walk down.
Thanks again to James Smiley for bringing this episode to us. Check him out at:
Happy first day of Fall! Or will it be Happy? I guess that all depends on...well maybe you should listen and find out!
Portions of songs we used in this episode were "Happy Birthday" by the legend Stevie Wonder and by Tepi, sung to the tune of the Volga Boatmen. "The Holiday Season" by Andy Williams and "NFL On Fox Theme" by Fox Broadcasting Company. We don't own the rights to these songs.
"Everybody could just use a little more hope." That was said by Sarah Sharp. She also said "When you lose hope, you lose the outlook on your future." Sarah is the incredible Happy Lifer I met and had the privilege of interviewing in this episode. In fact Hope and Happy, as you will hear, really go hand in hand. "To have a Happy Life you have to have a Hopey Life." But why is it so important to buy a sweatshirt??
Here is Project 2911's social media. Please note it's in the beginning stages. So if it's not up and running fully yet, it should be soon.
Did you know you're famous? It's true! Listen and you'll see. Plus we will give you 2 simple things that will change everything about how you live, as well as how you will view others. This episode is a continuation of last week's "Happy Labor" episode.
We use a clip of "Famous One" by Chris Tomlin in this episode. We don't own the rights to it.
Ever have the Friday blues? I didn't think so, but I bet you've had the Monday blues before. Why is Monday the day for blue? We believe it's because many of us don't enjoy going to work, and we can't wait for our weekend. We're hoping this episode will change that for a lot of people. At least that's our hope. Happy Labor Day Happy Lifer!
A couple song clips we used in this episode are "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off" sung by Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong...and a little Stevo XD. We also used "Working for the Weekend" by Loverboy. We don't own the rights to either.
In this episode I interview a bunch of teens and twenty-somethings about their favorite moments of camp this summer - both funny and inspirational.
If you would like to help these young men change the world, here is the link; https://www.campdaniel.org/donate/year-intern/
The songs we use in this episode are the "Camp Granada Song" by Allan Sherman, "Intro To Anxiety" by Hoodie Allen, "The Halls Of Fear" from The Godfather Soundtrack by Nino Rota, Felix Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" from 'A Midsummer's Night Dream' arranged for drunk organist (or sober organist pretending to be drunk) by Jonathan Mui and "We Go Together" from the Secret Life Of Pets. We don't own the rights to any.
Come experience camp with us. Join us as Tony and I recap and reminisce on the amazing things that happened the last 5 weeks of camps. Listen and find out what makes camps so life changing.
A powerful story of a young man who gets a new family.