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London is going to be the home of the very first museum devoted to the science of happiness.
It started with an idea to have a place where people of all ages and backgrounds could come together to feel safe, peaceful and happy, while learning about their own well being, and now it’s becoming a reality. The world’s first Museum of Happiness will finally be opening its doors in September in London.
The museum has been hosting workshops on mindfulness origami, laughing yoga, ukulele lessons, art, and dancing but now they’re finally going to have their own space inside the UK’s biggest homeless shelter.
“At the Museum of Happiness we offer tangible, science-based tools you can implement into your everyday lives,” says the museum team. “Most importantly, we can run initiatives to bring people together to create friendships, have fun and find balance in a city of chaos, regardless of your background or belief system.”
Source: Good News Network
A grandmother realized she locked her keys in the car right after she closed the door after securing her two-year-old grandson in his carseat, but cops arrived quickly to save the day.
For once, a story about a kid being accidentally left in a hot car that has a happy ending. A New Jersey grandmother had just secured her two-year-old grandson and a puppy in her car when she realized she had locked her keys inside the vehicle by mistake.
She immediately called 911 and Troopers Jacob Sherry and Steven Hodge in Hammonton Township saved the day. Dashcam footage shows them breaking the windows of the car and carrying the boy and his dog to safety. The pair were inside for about 30 minutes before their rescue.
“It’s a good reminder to parents and caretakers everywhere to be aware when securing children and animals and that you secure your keys,” Trooper Lawrence Peele of the New Jersey State Police explains. And don’t worry, the toddler and the puppy are in good condition after the incident.
Source: Inside Edition
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A man in North Carolina got a water bill totalling over $100-million
- A man in North Carolina got a water bill for $188
- The fee, however, was an extra $99.9-million
- His local water provider confirmed they made a mistake and he didn't owe that astronomical fee
Opening bills is never fun, but for Kieran Healy, he at least got a good laugh thanks to the Orange Water and Sewer Authority. Healy's bill was $188 but they added on a fee for $99.9-million.
The Pennsylvania man tweeted a picture of his bill to the water and sewer company asking if he could pay in installments. Healy later took to Twitter to update his followers: in case their was any concern, the OWASA confirmed he did not owe them over $100-million.
A man used his creative skills to make a replica of Iron Man's costume.