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Happiness in Your Life

“If we look at the world with a love of life, the world will reveal its beauty to us.” – Daisaku Ikeda

Sometimes Facebook can be a time waster or just plain annoying. But if you’re thinking that you want better content on your Facebook feed that will actually motivate, inspire and educate you as well as others, then there’s hope.

Here are 10 of the most inspirational Facebook pages to Like and read every day.

1. Paying it Forward – One Day at a Time
https://www.facebook.com/PIF1Day
This Facebook page rekindles the spirit of sharing and giving as well as taking in experiences and encouragement from others. Everyone can share their stories and be a positive influence to the virtual world.

The page-motto: Paying it forward one act, one moment, one smile at a time!

2. Zen-Sational Living
https://www.facebook.com/BeZensational
Sheila Burke, the page author believes that in life, there are “no mistakes only lessons.” This is a page where one can cultivate a healthy spiritual practice and get uplifted whenever you need a boost.

The page-motto: You have the tools within yourselves to heal our soul.

3. Joy of Mom
https://www.facebook.com/joyofmom
Author and designer Vicki Reece created the Joy of Mom Facebook page to empower and inspire mothers from all over the world.

The page-motto: The most sacred journey – Motherhood.

4. Simple Reminders
https://www.facebook.com/mysimplereminders
Bryant and Jenni are writers with a love for photography and they have conceived Simple Reminders as a way to share stories and inspirational quotes to heal, uplift and transform lives. Simple Reminders also encourages development of good relationships and uncovering the higher purpose in life.

The page-motto: Be in love with life and share the beauty that you encounter.

5. The Mind Unleashed
https://www.facebook.com/TheMindUnleashed
The Mind Unleashed strives for awareness and personal growth. This Facebook page sends a strong message that there is a big world out there and there is a need to create a change, a direction towards a massive paradigm shift.

The page-motto: Our consciousness not the material possessions are the link that will connect you to a better world.

6. Happiness In Your Life
https://www.facebook.com/Happinessinyourlife
Doe Zantamata was inspired when she turned 12 years worth of journaling into insights of happiness. The Facebook page gives a constant reminder that happiness can be found in the most simplest of things – if you know where to find it.

The page-motto: Have the courage and the happiness to change.

7. Spirit Science
https://www.facebook.com/thespiritscience
Spirit Science will get you motivated to make things happen! It would want you to explore, progress, realize and act.

The page-motto: You are the Author of your own story, the Creator of your life.

8. Elizabeth Gilbert
https://www.facebook.com/GilbertLiz
If the name sounds familiar, she is the writer behind the memoir ‘Eat, Pray, Love’. And if you are looking for some gentle guidance sprinkled with a bit of good humor here and there, then this Facebook page is a good pit stop.

The page-motto: Find the courage to search for creative treasures that is hidden within you.

9. Marc and Angel Hack Life
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Marc-and-Angel-Hack-Life-Practical-Tips-for-Productive-Living
If you are looking for an inspiration and at the same time a practical guide to survive this seemingly chaotic world, then this Facebook community is where you want to be.

The page-motto: The most ordinary things can be made extraordinary.

10. Robin Sharma
https://www.facebook.com/theofficialrobinsharmapage/
Robin Sharma is a public figure and his Facebook page is dedicated to inspire leadership. His messages are all about achieving dreams and rewards without being burdened by job titles and public recognition.

The page-motto: Leadership is less about a position and more about the mindset.

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About Alex Blackwell
Alex Blackwell is a father, husband and writer.

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