About Get Happy
Get Happy is currently available at iTunes for $.99.
My Thoughts on Get Happy
Get Happy is a nice little app. There are relationship, personal growth, leisure, and work/education tips. You can search for a specific tip or you can select a random one from any of the categories. If you select a category, the tips appear and you can select any one of them to read more information. What you’re reading are affirmations to show that you’re on the right track.
For example, Relationship tip 38 is called “Don’t carry around old trash”. Once you click on the tip, it affirms that holding grudges isn’t productive – that in order to live your life you need to start forgiving people for past wrongs, and move on as best you can. While it won’t be easy, it’s the right thing to do for your own peace of mind.
You can also share the tips on facebook, twitter, and email.
You’re also asked, on a sliding scale, to rate your happiness level. I haven’t figured out if this changes the tips that are displayed, or the specific purpose – except to keep you aware of where you in each category. Being mindful of your emotional well-being is important, and this quick checklist may help you to evaluate and understand where you are on that scale.
Overall, for $.99 this is a cute and fun app. You haven’t wasted your money at that price point and the tips can help tweak your mental attitude just when you need a boost.
Disclosure: I received compensation for writing this post. All opinions expressed above are my own.