Fuel Positive Emotions

Laugh & Smile Recipes

Wake Up Laughing

Belly Laugh Day during Commutes

Belly Laugh Day at Work

Belly Laugh Day during Medical Treatment

Belly Laugh Day with Your Kids

Belly Laugh Evening at Home

Belly Laugh Day Music

Go to Sleep Counting your Laughs

Jumping for Joy Jubilee Belly Laugh Energy Recipe
Piles of Smiles
Playful laughs
Mix a batch of playful laughs and smiles with glee.
On the count of three. 1, 2, 3
1.  Poppity pop, pop open your smile.
     Touch your left hand to your right knee.
     Laugh hee hee hee hee hee hee hee
     as you raise your left arm to the sky.
     Lower your left arm.
     Touch your right hand to your left knee.
     Laugh ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
     as you raise your right arm to the sky.
     Go Ahead. Smile.
     Lower your right arm.
     Raise both arms to the sky.
     Laugh ho ho ho ho with gusto.
2.  Smile. Press your laugh rewind key and laugh
     ha ha ha, hee hee hee, ho ho ho backward –
     ahahahaha, eeheeheehhe, ohohohoh
3.  Smile. Press your laugh fast forward key and laugh
     Ha ha ha, hee hee hee, ho ho ho really fast.
     Hahahahahaha, heeheeheeheehee, hohohohoho

Laughing and Smiling Oaths & Playbreaks

The Laughing Oath

I do solemly swear from this day forward
To grease my giggling gears each day
And to wear a grin on my face for no reason at all!
I promise to tap my funny bone often,
With children, family, friends, colleagues and clients,
And to laugh at least fifteen times per day.
I believe that frequent belly laughter
Cures terminal tightness, cerebral stiffness,
And hardening of the attittudes,
And that HA HA often leads to AHA!
Therefore, I vow, from this day forth,
To brighten the day of everyone I meet,
And to laugh long and prosper.

 with permission from:
The Laughing Classroom
by Diana Loomans and Karen Kolberg


The Big Smiling Oath

I do unsolemnly swear,
To turn up each side of my mouth,
And to smile as often as possible,
I agree to laugh several times daily.
And to give and receive at least three hugs per day!
I vow to have frequent bouts of silliness,
And more happiness for no reason.
From this day forth,
I promise to laugh long and prosper.

 with permission from:
What All Children Want Their Parent to Know:
12 Keys to Raising a Happy Child
by Diana Loomans with Julia Godoy