21DPC Day 21 – On a Scale of 1-10, How Happy Are You? What Have You Learned About Positivity and Happiness?

This is the final day of the 21-Day Positivity Challenge (21DPC) for Mar 2012. View all posts made during the challenge: 21DPC Overview.

Happy girl in the field

21DPC Day 21

We’re finally here – the last day of the 21-Day Positivity Challenge! *dance*



Thank you to all of you for your amazing participation in the past 21 days. Each of you have been such an incredible spirit to the community that its indescribable. In particular, I would like to give kudos to those of you who played an active part of each day’s discussions, including (but not limited to) the following:

  1. Alban Brice
  2. Anna
  3. ASLO
  4. Asni
  5. Bette
  6. Borjana
  7. Butterfly
  8. Cindy
  9. Chestnut
  10. Christina
  11. Courtney
  12. CourtneyLR
  13. Cyndi
  14. CWI
  15. DarleneC
  16. derrick r
  17. Dilip Kumar
  18. Dora
  19. faiza
  20. Ffion
  21. Glenn
  22. Ish
  23. JadePenguin
  24. Jaleen
  25. Jared
  26. jitender
  27. Jo
  28. Joe
  29. Katerina
  30. Ken
  31. Laura
  32. Lee
  33. leslie
  34. Lexi
  35. Lina
  36. Lottie
  37. lotusbleu
  38. marie
  39. May
  40. Matt
  41. mrs
  42. Netta
  43. ninschubur
  44. P.Callychurn
  45. Paula
  46. Robin
  47. Roses
  48. Sara
  49. Serenity
  50. Squiggle
  51. stacey_dream
  52. Sue
  53. Susan
  54. Susanne
  55. Theresa
  56. ugi
  57. Vasundhara
  58. Wendy
  59. Everyone else who has played a role in making 21DPC the success it is
Please give yourself a round of applause for your consistent action and positivity in the past 21 days. You guys deserve it. :clap:

Given that this is the last day of 21DPC, in today’s task, I’d like you to round up your experience in the past 21 days, via the following questions:

  1. On a scale of 1-10, how happy are you? (Returning to the question on Day 1 of 21DPC)
  2. Compare the score with what you assigned yourself for Day 1. Is there any difference? If so, how much is the difference?
  3. For those whose scores reflected a difference, why do you think this is the case? For those who have the exact same scores, why do you think that’s the case?
  4. What have you learned about positivity and happiness in the past 21 days?
  5. How can you apply your 21DPC lessons (from #4) moving forward?

Your Task:

  1. Reflect and answer the set of questions. above Write as few or as many words as needed to fully express yourself.
  2. Celebrate the past 21 days of positivity! Your task today is to celebrate your completion of 21DPC! 😀 Throw some confetti in the air, read your favorite book, take some time off, watch your favorite movie, spend some time on your new business endeavor, or do your favorite activity. You deserve this! ♥
  3. Identify at least one positive thing about your day. It may be something small or something big – as long as you deem it as something positive, it counts. If you have more than 1 thing to share, then by all means, go for it!

Share Your Answers!

After you are done, share your answers in the comments area.

If you’re doing this at the start of the day, you can post your answer for today’s question first, then work on your positivity task throughout the day, then return at the end of the day to share your results for your positivity task and your end-of-day positive reflection.

Check out other participants’ answers. Pick 1-2 participants’ answers and make a meaningful reply to them. Engage in the discussions. This is a group course, so let’s support each other in these 21 days!

Once again, today’s post is *NOT* the final post. So do not post your final words, thank yous or final goodbyes yet. Tomorrow’s round-up post is meant for that purpose – Stay tuned! 😀


Images: Happy girl in the field, Grass

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