Our Mission, yes that means you too.
ButterBeeHappy.com's mission is to "Pollinate Populations with Happiness". This is not only our mission but also your mission. By simply jotting down your happy thoughts you will be a happier person. Happiness is of course contagious and will spread to your friends and family.
Happiness is a feeling best shared; here you'll meet people that feel the same way.
Who made this?
ButterBeeHappy.com was started and is currently under development by me, John Brooks Pounders. I am constantly researching and working to make BBH a happier place and therefore maybe some people happier.
look at my journal
I am currently finishing up my last year at the University of Alabama where I am studying Advertising and minoring in business management.
I have always had an interest in self improvement but not in the sensationalists way (e.g. "YOU'LL lose 30 lbs in 10 days").
I know the site's not perfect, so email me or fill the feedback form at the bottom of the page :)
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The Harvard Crimson covers ButterBeeHappy and Tal Ben-Shahar endorses the site!
BBH on Top PRweb Podcasts
BBH on WAAY.com
BBH in the Tuscaloosa News.
Wiener Zeitung features BBH!
We've officially launched! Read about our launch and see how you can help spread the word.
If you would like more details about ButterBeeHappy.com please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is our latest press release:
Happiness Journaling Site ButterBeeHappy.com Announces Launch of New Site
ButterBeeHappy.com, a site where people come to journal happy thoughts, announces its recent launch. The new site, based on Harvard research, promises users that they will be happier by simply jotting down 5 happy thoughts a day and allows users to create a journal for free.
Tuscaloosa, AL (PRWEB) March 4, 2008 -- ButterBeeHappy.com, a site where people come to journal happy thoughts, announces its recent launch. The new site, based on Harvard research, promises users that they will be happier by simply jotting down 5 happy thoughts a day and allows users to create a journal for free.
"ButterBeeHappy.com doesn't claim to fix all problems, but our users do claim to feel happier after keeping a journal of gratitude and happy thoughts," says John Brooks Pounders, 22, a student at the University of Alabama and founder of ButterBeeHappy.com. "The internet doesn't have that many truly happy places for people to go to. I am trying to change this, 5 happy thoughts at a time."
Right now ButterBeeHappy.com is a small community, but the site is growing. Users can explore what other users have posted, an exercise proven to generate gratitude and happiness. While exploring the journals one will find entries in numerous languages, tones, and topics.
ButterBeeHappy.com has been busy adding many new ways for users to use the website. Users are also given their own customized "widget" which lets them display their happy thoughts on their own blog, MySpace, Facebook, or any other type of page. A component of the site dubbed "The Honeycomb Navigator" links entries by keywords showing how different users are related.
For more information contact Martha Jean Schindler or visit www.ButterBeeHappy.com. Registration is free.
John Brooks Pounders, the site's creator, started the site in October 2007. The site has been growing since then. John Brooks Pounders is the same internet entrepreneur who created SaveUpwards.com, AnythingGreen.com, and WeTalkDuringMovies.com.
Martha Jean Schindler, director of public relations