Top Happiness Blogs



“Happiness is the meaning and the purpose of life, the whole aim and end of human existence” – Aristotle

This is a list of top happiness blogs.  I wanted a one-stop shop to easily find some of the top happiness blogs on the Web.

Happiness is a skill you can learn and practice the rest of your life.  Whether you drive from happiness, pursuit happiness, or simply grow happiness right under your feet, you can draw from many sources to help you on your journey.  To help you on your happiness path, I created a list of top happiness blogs.  It’s my roundup of top happiness blogs that can help you master the art and science of happiness.  You can use this list as a hub of happiness (or a “happiness hub”.).

Enjoy your journey.

Top 10 Happiness Blogs

  1. Always Well Within, by Sandra Pawula
  2. Dying to Laugh, by Stacy Pederson
  3. Pathway to Happiness, by Gary van Warmerdam
  4. The Chief Happiness Officer Blog, by Alexander Kjerulf
  5. The Happiness Project, by Gretchen Rubin
  6. How of Happiness (Psychology Today), by Sonja Lyubomirsky
  7. Positively Present, by Danni
  8. Positive Provocations, by Zeenat
  9. The Positivity Blog, by Henrik Edberg
  10. Work Happy Now, by Karl Staib

Top Happiness Blogs A – Z

  1. 10 Steps to Finding Your Happy Place, by Galen Pearl
  2. Abundance Tapestry, by Evelyn
  3. Be Happy, by Lenora Boyle
  4. Chief Happiness Officer, by Alexander Kjerulf
  5. Creating Happiness Blog, by Michele Moore
  6. Creative Affirmations, by Danea Horn
  7. Discovering Happiness Now, by Aurindam Mukherjee
  8. Find Your Happiness, by Diana
  9. Great Good, The Science of a Meaningful Life
  10. Happiness (Psychology Today)
  11. Happiness Blog, by Michele Moore
  12. Happiness Is, by Shannon Eileen
  13. Happiness Paradigm, by Ginny Sassaman
  14. Happiness Quotations, by Erica Nelson
  15. Happy Life Blog, by Jacqueline Johns
  16. How of Happiness (Psychology Today), by Sonja Lyubomirsky
  17. How to Be Happy, by Monica River
  18. In Pursuit of Happiness, by Britt Reints
  19. Jannie Funster, by Jannie Funster
  20. Pathway to Happiness, by Gary van Warmerdam
  21. Positive Letters … Inspirational Stories, by Hilary Melton-Butcher
  22. Stumbling on Happiness, by Daniel Gilbert
  23. The Alternaview, by Siby
  24. The Happy Guy, by David Leonhardt
  25. The Little Blog of Happiness, by Erimentha
  26. The Happiness Project, by Gretchen Rubin
  27. The Positivity Blog, by Henrik Edberg
  28. The Pursuit of Happiness
  29. Work Happy Now, by Karl Staib
  30., By Leo Babauta


  1. Hi J. D.

    Isn’t it wonderful that there are so many happiness blogs! Thank you for this amazing “happiness hub.” There are so many different ways to approach happiness that there’s something here for everyone. I agree with you wholeheartedly that “happiness is a skill you can learn and practice.” May everyone realize this!

    Thank you for including Always Well Within on this list. My aspiration is to help others find true happiness and freedom. I’m honored to be included here.

    As always, your generous heart shines through.

  2. JD – what a list.
    No reason to be gloomy with a list like that.

    It’s raining heavilly here in the UK so I’d better make a choice from your list. LOL

    Don’t think that I can top Sandra’s piece of alliteration “happiness hub.”
    Could that be your new strap line….

    Sources of insight.
    Your very own Happiness Hub.

  3. Hi J.D.,
    I hope you are well?
    There are lots on this list I have never seen so thank-you:)
    Happiness really is a decision – even if everything else seems negative, why be unhappy too?!
    Take a deep breathe and make the decision to be happy, no matter what.
    I have a big smile on my face now:)
    Enjoy the rest of your weekend,

  4. @ Positively Present — Keep up the good work.

    @ Sandra — Happiness and freedom are a powerful dynamic duo, and the beauty is they both flow from the inside out.

    @ Keith — Thank you. I hope the happiness hub shares a little sunshine for the rainy days.

    @ Kate — I’m doing well. Driving from happiness it the way to go, and I like how making decisions is empowering.

  5. HI JD!
    So awesome being here and even more awesome to see my little ol’ blog listed here among the Happiness stated here. Thank you! I’m so honored to be part of this list.
    Happiness is such a beautiful state..I do wish we can all live in constantly…and how can we not now that there are so many happy resources out there.
    I know a few here and many I still dont…thank you fro pointing me in the direction of happiness 🙂
    Much Love,

  6. @ Zeenat — Happiness is a beautiful thing. Thank you for sharing and spreading happiness and positivity around the world, a post at a time.

  7. Hi JD,

    Wow, I just want to thank you for sharing the happiness and letting me be part of it. Thanks you very much. You are appreciated.

    I love the way you put this, “simply grow happiness right under your feet.” That really made be smile. That is one of the wonderful things I like about happy sites, you just have to smile with all the great information people have to offer. Just makes one happy right under your feet.

    I found happiness when I was a single parent with 3 girls to raise by myself and realize the people in your life where the most important thing this world has to offer. It is the love for each other that really counts. To me it is all in the attitude.

    Thank you again and blessing to you, JD.

  8. @ Debbie — Thank you. It definitely is all in the attitude, and people are the most meaningful thing the world has to offer.

  9. Thank you, J.D. It’s an honor to be included in your list. I intend to share your list with others. Hopefully, we’d be able to get more happiness all round.

  10. @ Evelyn — Thank you. How’s that saying go … “Happiness is like a kiss…you must share it to enjoy it.”

    @ Angela — Thank you.

  11. Hi JD .. you’ve included me?! Wonderful – thank you .. I really appreciate this recognition .. I need to come back and check out all the unknown bloggers here .. I’m in illustrious company from those I recognise: amazing!!

    Well I shall go to bed and bask in happiness at the acknowledgement that I provide positive and stimulating thoughts over at my place .. and have sweet dreams in the process!

    Cheers .. and thank you so much – I’m truly honoured .. Hilary

  12. JD, that is such a powerful positive message you give, that happiness is a skill you can practice! You know, I had not thought of it like that at all – more that it is a feeling you get when things go well for you. I guess my attempt to enjoy perpetual happiness has always been to put myself right in its way – doing happy things, singing, playing music. Great post and useful list, I’ll be back for more, thanks 😀

  13. @ Aurindam — Thanks for sharing patterns and practices for happiness with the world.

    @ Cooden — I’m such a fan of skills. I learned early on that skills make a difference. My friend’s father had a saying, “Luck is when skill and opportunity come together.” It made perfect sense. I want to set more people up for success by sharing the skills to pay the bills and lead a better life, happiness included.

  14. Talk happiness. The world is sad enough without your woe. – Orison Swett Marden

    I’ve always concentrated on self improvement tips, but I think it is time to change my direction and find what really makes me happy rather than changing myself for others.

  15. These are great, thanks! I have recently started my own happiness blog discussing all the little things that make your day better. it’s called

  16. happiness is like a butterfly that likes to flutter by. if you remain ever so still and have faith in the process it might just land on you for a few seconds.

  17. I didn’t know I made this list. Thank you! It’s been a while since I stopped by and I’m so glad you are still helping people reach new levels. 🙂

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