Moms Make Happy Happen

How happy is a mom? Some are happier than others, but there are times when happiness seems far away for everyone. Dianne Morr’s program takes a look at what stands between moms and happiness.

  • Sleep deprivation? Check!
  • Conflicting responsibilities? Check!
  • Anxiety? Check!
  • Depression? Check!

Dianne has faced them all. With warmth, understanding and gentle humor, she can show other moms the way back to happiness, no matter how far away that seems right now.

Sharing her own stories of how she got around the obstacles to happiness, including depression, and got on with her life; she teaches healthy, practical steps to enjoying life in the now. Having learned behaviors proven to increase happiness, she shares those practices and helps moms reclaimed their happiness and share it with their families and friends.


About Dianne

After a long journey through anxiety and depression, Dianne Morr set out to find the best ways to bring more happiness into her life. She became a keen student of happiness and Positive Psychology. She learned about happy people. Who are they? How did they get happy? What did they know? How did they act? What did they eat? How did they live? Who did they associate with?

Dianne explored dozens of ways to bring more happiness into her life, to find out which ones were most effective. She published the results in her book, Choose Happy, 25 Happiness Habits to Transform Your Life. She is now dedicated to her mission of helping everyone she meets to claim the happiness they deserve and to share it with the important people in their lives.



 If you are looking for a speaker, I recommend Dianne Morr, who I had the pleasure to hear present on the topic “Happy Women Rock the World” at the Women’s Toolbox Conference. Dianne has great energy, connects well with her audience and shares valuable tips that would resonate with any group. And there’s something else.  As someone in the association business who has planned hundreds of events, I know that the ability to create memorable moments is what often makes a meeting. Part of her talk included a demonstration of how to turn daily ToDos into TaDas! that can be celebrated all week long.  She had the audience on their feet and smiling, and left them with a lot to think about. Please feel free to contact me directly if you would like to have a personal conversation about hiring Dianne to speak at your next event.

                            Anne Doherty Johnson
ADJ Association Management & Marketing, Boston, MA