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I am planning to create a new Twitter or Facebook account and my own website, which will be used to share happiness, awareness, positivity, motivation, related images/quotes to the people who follow/subscribe it.

I want to decide a good name for the website domain or you can say Facebook page/Twitter account username.

I need some suggestions to show following qualities:

  • I love to face challenges, I never give up
  • I love life a lot
  • I love family,social friends and strangers too
  • I believe in constantly progressing in life, I never regret

In short, I don't have any single complaint to life; it is very beautiful and amazing, I love to live each second of the day.

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Go for the first. – mis-n-salem May 29 '13 at 6:28
Pollyanna or Pangloss would have worked, except that domain names pollyanna.com and pangloss.com are already taken. – jwpat7 May 29 '13 at 6:47
halcyon.com and halcyon.net also appear to be taken. You might go thru a list of synonyms of serene and serenity or optimistic or cheerful and see if any appeal to you. – jwpat7 May 29 '13 at 7:01
I assume English is not your first language? You may want to employ a proof-reader to ensure proper spelling, capitalisation and punctuation on your site if you care for the English language and don't want to turn off people who do enjoy well-written content. – teylyn May 29 '13 at 8:39
I already did that before I posted the comment. You can see the edits to learn where your punctuation and capitalisation is wanting. – teylyn May 29 '13 at 9:42
up vote 1 down vote accepted

I think there is no substitute for going through synonym lists for yourself, as suggested in comments (1,2,3,4; also 5,6), which include words like blithe, breezy, bright, cheerful, ecstatic, euphoric, gleeful, happy, jaunty, jolly, jovial, joyful, joyous, merry, optimistic, pleasant, propitious, radiant. Also halcyon, with its senses “Calm, undisturbed, peaceful, serene” and “Pertaining to the halcyon or kingfisher”.

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I will follow your suggestions.Thanks a lot for the help !! – Mehul Joisar May 29 '13 at 13:37

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