5 Reasons Why You Should Smile Today!

Follow these tips to Share a Smile today!

Today is Share a Smile Day! Why is that so important? Smiling can make you and others around you happy. A simple smile can change your mood for the rest of the day. So, in honor of today, we challenge you to follow these tips and share a big smile like the amazing people below!


1) 10 Reasons to Smile

Emily Hartridge is a British presenter and well-known YouTuber, who makes "10 reasons why" videos. Emily's personality is one that'll make you want to smile and laugh. She made this video for HooplaHa titled "10 Reasons Why We Should All Smile More." We dare you not to smile as she shares some awesome tips and health benefits of smiling!

2) Songs To Smile To

In good times or in bad, music is always there for you. Just like The Summer Set's amazing drummer, Jess Bowen, said, "Whether you are having a good or bad day, the power of music can change your mood." In this video, these people express which song makes them smile no matter what. What song makes you smile?

3) Kids on Happiness

Kids are always fun to listen to when they try to explain a complex thought. It's interesting to hear what they say about things like peace, how relationships should be, or, in this case, happiness. Sometimes it's surprising how much kids know or how wise their words come out to be. Take a listen as these kids express the importance of smiling and laughing.

4) A Smiling Mask

There are always going to be stressful situations that we have to deal with. Sometimes we feel too tired to deal with them and it's understandable to feel this way. But what if we follow Pat's advice in this video? Listen as he helps you remove that fake smile (mask), and turn it into a true smile!

5) Smile a Day

Yousef Erakat's (AKA Fousey) goal is to inspire others and make people laugh on his YouTube channel, fouseyTUBE. In this video Yousef gives random people roses in an attempt to make their day better; he believes that a small gesture goes a long way. Watch this video until the end to see how his message perfectly ties into Share a Smile Day.

We hope we've given you enough reasons to smile today!

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