Well, today is the last day of 2009, so it’s my last day here on Slate . My year’s stint is up, and my book, The Happiness Project , has just been published, so it’s time to say farewell. It has been so much fun being part of Slate —this terrific site that I’ve read and loved since it started.
Throughout the year while I’ve posted on Slate , I’ve also cross-posted on my own longtime stand-alone site, also called The Happiness Project . My writing will no longer appear here, but if you want to keep reading about happiness, come to www.happiness-project.com . Same material.
Have a very happy 2010!
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