Seeing the movie being made right near my house gave me a sense of the theatricality of everyday life.
You'll be happy that you asked a question. Whenever I do participate, I feel more engaged and enjoy myself more. I'm working on speaking up.
One of my happiness-project resolutions is to take steps now that will lay the groundwork for my life decades from now.
Pick up other people's litter. Do good, feel good is a happiness truism that really is true. Act like a considerate citizen of the world, and you'll boost your self-esteem.
If you're having a conversation with someone, and it's interrupted, and that person shows no interest in picking up the thread of the dropped conversation, let it go.
One of the critical pieces of information I've learned from the Happiness Project is that I should act the way I want to feel. If I want to feel more energetic, I need to act more energetic.
One "little thing" that can be a source of unhappiness is being stuck on a task that's boring or irritating. The more you focus on your boredom or irritation, the more you'll amplify that feeling.