It’s easy for college students to become stressed out. That may be why Yale’s class on happiness is its most popular ever. So we decided to look at happiness in KELOLAND.
We sat down with MaryAnn Hallberg. You may remember her.
We’ve done a story about how she calls journalists and others to tell them they’re doing a good job.
She’s almost 90, and says happiness and positivity have helped her live a long life… but it’s not something that is always a guarantee.
Brady Mallory: Do you have to work at being happy?
MaryAnn Hallberg: Yes, you kind of do. Sure. It’d be easy at times to…ugh..you know. Oh my yes. I think what helps me is thinking of other people, trying to, to do what you can to make them happy or help them.
Catch more of the conversation with MaryAnn on Friday’s Eye on KELOLAND at 10 as we look at why Americans are more hungry for happiness than ever before.