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Hi! I’m Kim. If you are new here then you are probably wondering what I do. Well, I’m a writer, teacher and happiness activist. I take the science behind happiness and make it real-life ready.

I believe there is a happiness movement going on. I also believe the quest to be happier is driving people further away from happiness.

Happiness is work and it’s more than choosing it or finding some habits that you think will help. Happiness is more about attitude and less about the actual actions.

In fact, through five years of research and reading everything I can get my hands on the subject, I’ve learned there are twelve happiness attitudes we need to cultivate to live our best life. You can see a few mine on the left.

Want to learn more? I hold free, bi-monthly masterclasses where we talk about things keeping us stuck and how to make it better. See what we’re talking next.


Americans that say they are very happy.

Close friends needed to improve happiness.

On average, the number of years we spend worrying.


The amount of your happiness within your control.

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Why I Think We’re All A Bit Insane and What We Can Do About It

We are habitual creatures, and we like sameness – it’s what makes us comfortable. When we are comfortable with our surroundings, we often forget the need to bring ourselves into our reality. Being comfortable is what keeps us stuck. Instead, we just glide...

What I Learned From Reading 70 Books on Happiness

It was almost 5 years ago now that I began my “Happy For No Reason” quest. Little did I know the ups and downs of life that I would travel to get to today. “Happy For No Reason” was the title of the first book I read and I felt it summed up...

When Happy People are Unhappy

This weekend was a tough one. In case you didn’t hear through the millions of photos posted on Facebook and Twitter, Friday was National Siblings Day. There were literally tons of siblings celebrating each other through photos. It was pretty awesome. This is the...

Overthinking Can Kill You. Seriously.

You may think I am a bit overdramatic, but I’m not. A study from UC Santa Barbara suggests that thinking too much about something leads to poor judgement and decision-making. And poor judgement and decisions, can be harmful and even lethal in some situations. Here’s a...

The Key to Happiness

A little warning, this is long but it has a ton of valuable information. I encourage you to read all the way through because if you stick around to the end, there will be a little gift for you. By the time you are done, you will learn: The #1 key to happiness –...

7 Strategies To Help Life Coach Yourself Happy

When I began my quest to be happier, I was approaching life all wrong. I placed an emphasis on things that didn’t matter, and if asked, I am not sure I could tell you what was important to me. I wanted to be happier, I wanted to live with purpose, and I wanted to be...