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International happiness day

We can’t be blue on the International Day of Happiness.

In honour of the International Day of Happiness, we’ve swapped our trademark blue for a cheerful world of colour. Step into our happy place—designed by Amélie Tourangeau—and celebrate all things happy with us!

  • Working out

    Everyone knows that getting your body moving can boost your mood! Fitting in some physical activity into your daily routine can greatly improve your level of happiness.
  • Connecting with others

    Choose human interaction over technology. Talk, joke, sing—it can be anything. Just make sure you do it in the company of others.
  • Living in the moment

    Express your gratitude. Take a few minutes out of your day to think about and give thanks for all the good things in your life.
  • 10 reasons for travelling

    The benefits of holidays include a smile on your face and great memories. Here are 10 reasons to not miss the pleasure of travelling!
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  • 10 keys for a happier life

    For International Happiness Day 2018, the Action for Happiness Organisation suggests 10 keys to a happier living.
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Happy Music

There’s nothing like upbeat music to inject a good dose of happiness in your day.

  • Here’s the happiness playlist selected by a group pf Transat employees for you.

    • "Feeling Good – Nina Simone
    • "Je veux" – Zaz
    • "La Vida Es Un Carnaval" – Celia Cruz
    • "Can’t Stop the Feeling!" – Justin Timberlake
    • "Catch & Release" – Matt Simons
    • "Happy" – Pharrell Williams
    • "Lovely Day" – Bill Withers
    • "Here Comes the Sun" – The Beatles
    • "Dreams" – The Cranberries
    • "I Gotta Feeling" – The Black Eyed Peas
    • "Love Generation" – Bob Sinclar
    • "Ça fait rire les oiseaux" – La Compagnie Créole
    • "Jump in the Line" – Harry Belafonte
    • "Sun Is Shining" – Bob Marley
    • "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" – Israel Kamakawiwoʻole