Attention, world! People are handing out free joy on the corner, and there's enough to go around. It's called Happiness Sprinkling - look for the folks in yellow holding up funny signs.
Sort of like a living chain mail, Happiness Sprinkling is a new project making its way across the country, splashing street corners with well wishes. Founder Laura Lavigne created the venture as a way to spread positive affirmations, and after covering over 50 cities across the country, she is pleased to say this week marks the first "mega sprinkling" in Riverside, CA, where an entire school will shower the sidewalks with love for a day.
"It's created this wave, this weave," Laura tells the Good News blog. "It's like a tribe, it keeps growing and growing."
Laura, 50, works as a life coach in the San Juan Islands of Washington. She happened into the Happiness Sprinkling business when she saw political activists protesting on street corners and decided she would replace them on their days offRead More »from The Business of Spreading Joy