World, please meet our Traveling Wall of Happy Boston Moments!

Happiers, you inspire us!

A few weeks ago we asked our Happier community to share what made them happier about Boston — living, working, visiting here — and promised to donate $1 to The One Fund for each happy moment shared. As you know, Happier is based in Boston and we wanted to help the city heal after the horrible tragedy during the Marathon, not only financially, but by helping people remember all the great things about our city. There are moments of kindness, goodness, and yes, happiness, even amidst the bleakest of tragedies and we were blown away by the ones you all shared.

Here’s a huge THANK YOU from all of us at Happier and we’ll be donating $600 to The One Fund for each of the 600 moments shared during the few days of our support campaign.

We wanted to create something awesome from the happy Boston moments our community shared so please meet our Traveling Wall of Happy Boston Moments! We hope to bring it to different locations in Boston in the coming months and share it with as many people as possible, so that they can be as inspired as we were by your Boston happy moments.

Here’s Sarah hard at work putting it together:

Wall of Happy Boston Moments

And wow, we are going to have a hard time letting it go on a journey from our office:

bostonwall

The first stop for our Traveling Wall of Happy Boston Moments is TEDx Boston, where I’ll be speaking this coming Tuesday, June 25th (my talk will be livestreamed on the TEDx Boston homepage around 5:15, if you’re interested). We’re thrilled to be able to share it with hundreds of TEDx Boston attendees and help them remember all the great things about Boston and people who live here.

Thank you, Happiers, sometimes you humble us with your awesomeness! (Well, often actually.)

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