What are you doing to get some joy?

We serve joy-flavored programming.

GetSomeJoy is a creative wellness agency that supports organizations and communities with joy-infused trainings, experiences, and resources.

Learn more about our joy-infused offerings here.

Write your way to clarity in our Literary Therapy writing workshops.

“Literary Therapy: Caregiving, Shame, Self-Love, and Recovery” is an interactive four-part experience harnessing the cathartic power of writing and vulnerability to center joy, foster connection, and cultivate tools and strategies to cope and thrive during this raggedy moment in history.


Intergenerational Healing Series

Thursday, January 20 + 27 and February 3 @ 8:30pm EST

How can we learn and heal from trauma passed down from our mothers?

Join GetSomeJoyCo-Founder Enesha Stringer for Part 1 of our Intergenerational Healing Series, “Honoring Our Mothers by Healing Ourselves.”

An open conversation exploring maternal trauma, and lessons from healing physical, physiological, and spiritual impacts of passed-down dysfunction. Plus, how can we heal in our mother-daughter relationships (even without their participation)?

Weekly GetSomeJoy Spaces on Twitter

As part of the inaugural cohort of audio content creators in the Twitter Spaces Spark Program, GetSomeJoy co-founder Alexander Hardy hosts two weekly conversations at the intersections of mental and emotional wellness, food and kitchen wizardry, creativity, and community building. Wednesdays @ 8pm EST, Sundays @ 7pm EST.

Bring snacks, check in, and leave with tools for thriving.

Start the day with your spirit moisturized.

Get recipes, joy-flavored stories, and wellness tools each morning on The Daily Breakfast Situation.

Joy is our love language.

Here’s what a few community members had to say about the GetSomeJoy Experience.


“Alex did a great job bringing us together and creating a safe space with no judgment while supporting us through the most difficult time we’ve gone through globally. We all went through this together. To have that support was invaluable.”

Ayanna Fortson, VP of Housing

National Urban League

“…this was probably the first time I’ve ever really felt heard.”


“I’ve been to a lot of groups. I lead sewing workshops for domestic violence survivors. Outside of my therapist, this was probably the first time I’ve ever really felt heard. It was the best group I’ve ever been to. And I learned that I don’t listen enough. I’m so glad I found this space.”

Nubia Ptah, Founder

Nubia Cultural House

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Are you ready to be great(er) together? Have an event, idea, or wellness resource we should know about?

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