Positive Psychology News Daily can be your source of happy reading:
"Positive Psychology News Daily provides the latest news about happiness, the 'science of happiness,' and Positive Psychology. Our goal is to be your fun, collaborative place for a research-based daily boost of happiness."
For example, the article "Using Your Strengths in the Job Search" by Senia Maymin encourages you to explore the relationship between your strengths and your job.
"To what extent would you personally agree with this statement: ‘At work, I have the opportunity to do what I do best every day?’ When Gallup asked this question, it found that only 20 percent of those surveyed said they strongly agreed with this phrase. Are you in that 20 percent, or is it maybe time for you to re-craft your job to match what you do best?"
She proceeds to discuss a job search trap that many job candidates fall into. They often build their job interviews around the skills they demonstrated at their previous jobs. But this strategy is going to get you more of the same type of work. If you want a job that uses a different set of strengths, you need to know how to incorporate what excites you into your job search process. The article has some suggestions for you.
While we are on the subject of happiness, check out the happiness carnival at Think Happy Thoughts.