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Are You Up For A Challenge? 

On a scale from one to ten, how would you rate your happiness? Does that number change daily? Could you use a boost?

According to science, your happiness level is a result of a complex interaction of genes, behaviors, and life circumstances. This means a big portion of how you feel is within your control. The way you spend your time and the thoughts you allow to linger can impact your mood, self-esteem, and long-term happiness.

It’s normal to experience the ups and downs, but, if you’re continually seeking out happiness, or waiting for the perfect moment to be happy, you’re never going to get there.

There are a number of factors that contribute to happiness and techniques for achieving genuine happiness every day. Join me for my upcoming Happiness Challenge to find out if there’s anything you can be doing differently to increase your daily happiness score. 

Happier Days Are Ahead

During this experience, I will provide insight into the psyche, explain why happiness cannot be found externally, and provide tasks designed to challenge your current habits and way of thinking. 

From attitude to gratitude there are exponential ways to improve and increase happiness. Even the happiest of individuals experience bad days, but it’s how you react to negative situations that determines your level of happiness.

Everyone deserves to be happy, which is why I urge everyone to sign up for Happiness Challenge starting on Monday, August 3rd. Are you ready to look inward for a positive outward experience? Challenge yourself to learn how high you can soar! Happiness isn’t something that can be found, it’s within you waiting to be recognized. 

I Can’t Wait To Share With You

Meet Charity Murphy ~ Facilitator of the Happiness Challenge


Shortly after having my daughter, 12 years ago, I was looking for more.

I felt stuck in every way possible

I was emotionally, spiritually and financially broke

I had zero confidence

I had no energy

I needed to lose weight

I wanted more but had no motivation

I would wake up every day and hope that it would be different but it wasn't until I decided to make a change.

What changed?

I decided to listen to that voice inside of me that said, you don't have to live like this, you have the power to change. So I woke up one day and decided to stop feeling sorry for myself.

I decided that I needed to be more for my daughter and I needed to do something drastic to change.

That's when EVERYTHING CHANGED for me. 


I've been coaching women to look and feel their best for over a decade now, and I can't wait to help you!!