Science Behind A Smile – My First “Take A Smile”

      Last Sunday, I joined Andy to draw lots of smiles, and then we gave them out to everyone in Camden. We met simply to put some extra smiles in someone’s day! ..also, drawing is so much fun!I love drawing, so the moment i started to draw, I found it almost impossible to stop and therefore I lost track of time. Then I felt very shy when it was time for us to give the drawings out to people on the street. I was concerned that people might have felt uneasy when we approached them.Some people did walk passed, or didn’t respond to us.

TAKE A SMILE EVENT at the Immigration Office in Barcelona

Katerina’s idea to try Take a Smile outside the Immigration Office in Barcelona was a spark of genius! Many people came out of that building looking fed up, and we lifted their spirits by inviting them to take a smile. I’m sure there were also many who had recently arrived in the country, and its a lovely thought that we helped shape their first impressions in a positive way

“Take a Smile” from me :)

Take a smile:) its simple right? But people can’t believe that someone is doing this just to make others feel better. So when you are passing and you see people with big poster saying “TAKE A SMILE” who ask you to take one, what do you do? Smile, right? It’s so simple and easy.