This blog began following a period of boredom in my life, so I decided it was time to turn my funk into fiction and make life happen! Figuring I’m not the only person working in a job that I’m not drop-dead in love with, I wanted to explore how people break free from the doldrums of the real world and squeeze more life into life!

I have a love of writing, cooking, reading, growing things (and sometimes killing them, although I don’t love that part), and many other things I am hoping to discover over the next few months. I hope I can inspire others to achieve happiness in their lives and have a bit of a giggle while they go about it. I’m feeling chipper, how about you?


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  1. Love your attitude and your blog’s description! Anyway, I wanted to stop by and say thank you for subscribing to my blog. I hope you enjoy your visits. Have a chippy, happy and whacky day!

    • Thank you and I concur! There is something about those beautiful autumnal colours that makes you feel warm and content. Thank you for following my blog, I hope you enjoy it!

  2. I’m really delighted to hear that Procrastination is a mutual friend! Let’s toast him/her next time we meet but as lovers of a good murder mystery, let’s plot his/her demise and hope Jessica doesn’t uncover our sinister plot! x

  3. I am so delighted to meet you and find your blog! I think we have some very compatible views on happiness and what it takes to encourage personal well-being! I see that you are relatively new to the blogosphere. Welcome! You will have a wonderful time! Debra

    • Hi Debra. Thank you for the very warm welcome! I certainly am a blogging newbie and I’m really enjoying my experience. Looking forward to reading more from you! Thanks for visiting!

  4. Love your blogging! Just what everyone needs to do! Laugh at life; look it in the eye, and be happy!! Josie

  5. Hi feelingchipper. Just wanted to drop a note to say thanks for your interest in my random, crazy, non-sensical blog! It does seem to act as an antithesis to my positive psychology PhD, though I’d like to include more theoretical posts on positivity soon. Your blog seems to approach wellbeing from a more ‘lay’ perspective, which I appreciate, as being scientific about wellbeing is often a bit overwhelming!

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