Wake up on the bright side of the bed with a positive message in your inbox every weekday morning, once a week, or once a month. Only good vibes allowed here—because I think it’s possible to love your inbox; it’s at least worth a try, right?
Make space for the kinds of things that make it easier to smile… because it’s important.
Keep Smiling with Happy Email + Good News Letters
Our inboxes could probably use some loving. Enter Aim Happy email: a little light in a crowded place.
If you love the messages on this website and don’t want to miss anything, you’ll appreciate the convenience of having them available first thing in the morning:
- Weekday blog posts in your inbox. I write Monday through Friday, with an occasional “day off.”
- Weekly excerpts from this week’s blog posts. You’ll receive a brief summary of this past week’s posts with links to read more about the ones you love most. I send these on Saturday mornings.
- Monthly good news stories and positive prompts (more on that below) to keep the goodness flowing and the beauty glowing. I send these on the first Sunday morning of the month.
Choose Your Frequency
You can always adjust your subscription options once you’ve signed up.
Your information will never be shared or sold to a third party and you will only receive what you signed up for. No spam allowed. Pinky promise. I consider your inbox a sacred space.
About Good News Letters
Need good news? Me too, which is why I started Good News Letters, a monthly compilation of my favorite positive news stories from around the world coupled with prompts to awaken the beauty in yours. I also share the good things that I encountered this past month to help you see how easy it can be once you get going.
If you have any of your own positive stories that you’d like to share with me or think I should share, please do. Acts of kindness, hopeful progress, evidence of goodness—they’re all worth noting. Plus, writing and talking about the goodness energizes what we love.
Email me with any stories or suggestions at jen AT aimhappy DOT com.
Thank you, deeply, for being here and for allowing me to be part of your life.
Photo: Amanda Arnberg.