Share happiness!

One of the greatest things is sharing happiness with others. Multiple studies have shown that giving makes you happier and it’s also good for your health. It’s easy! You don’t have to go shopping for a present and give it to someone. Experience happiness by just giving good advices to a friend, donate money to a charity, or share a good meal! Cooking and eating together – even remotely – will definitely contribute to your happiness.
Giving makes you happier but beware – it’s also contagious.

Be happy together!

Happiness cannot be achieved on your own. Science says that social interaction is the foundation of happiness and good for your mental wellbeing. Connecting with your friends and family is important but you should also connect with other people to share happiness on a broader level. People who surround themselves with supportive friends are not only happier but also more successful in life.

#EnjoyTogether all over the world!

Have you ever tried cooking a delicious meal by yourself? Once you’ve succeeded, it just makes you happy.
But life would be boring if we only ate the same dish over and over again. The good thing is. Cooking is learning by doing. It's about experiencing new flavors, ingredients, and recipes from all over the world. And while doing so, you always discover something that makes your dishes even better.

Combining ingredients and tastes from different countries results in totally new experiences. Here are some fun recipes you could try with your friends. Go for it!

Share a meal – share happiness

When you share your food with others, you’re also sharing joy and happiness with them. It’s the little things: sharing homemade food, like spaghetti or baked potatoes with your best friend makes your relationship even stronger.
You can learn so much by talking about your cooking and baking experiences with others. And you never know, maybe there is this one friend who has a secret tip on how to improve your favorite soup, while another one might help to flawlessly form a sushi roll. You don't have to google. Just ask.

But if you do want to benefit from the Internet, why not trying to start a food blog? Or share your recipes on Instagram. Communicate with the whole world and help others getting happier by sharing your joy in cooking.

Buy a product – we donate to (NGO)

Since we've been talking about sharing in all sorts of situations, let's take it to the next level. So, everyone can get something out of it. We have partnered up with (NGO) and will donate one meal for every Pril or Somat product purchased during the month of happiness. You can also share a product by participating in our social media challenge.

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Happy help

Friends are always there for each other. No matter what happens. And that’s the best thing in life. Especially in difficult situations. We’ve all been there. So, if a friend is stressed or has difficulties in managing his or her daily life alone, help as often as possible. There’s a lot you can do. Support them with the dishes and cooking. It doesn't cost anything, but it's more valuable than all the money in the world.

Find the daily ideas to join #MyHappyRecipe challenge!

  1. Smile: Share your favorite recipe, the one that makes you smile, with your friends
  2. Give: Cook a special meal and deliver it to your family
  3. Aim: learn more about global topics & share how you think you could act
  4. Aim: create yourself a bucket list with a timeline target and go for it!
  5. Give: Organize an online kitchen party & share with your friends your best recipe secrets
  6. Help: At work, school, in your building or while shopping: help someone in need of assistance & share your feeling
  7. Thank: share a compliment with a friend or family and share how it makes you feel

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Afraid of the mess? Dont be!

After you've finshed your #enjoytogether moment you don't need to worry about the dirty dishes.
With Somat even thoughest dirt like grease and burnt-in is removed, so your dishes get easily and perfectly clean again.

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