Hello lovely people, ❤ Hope you are all well 🙂

Below are 30 ways to be more happier

  1. Eat at least one meal with someone every day.
  2. Get rid of the things you don’t need.
  3. Create tech-free zones in your home.
  4. Rearrange your furniture.
  5. Write down all the things you are grateful for.
  6. Live in the moment as much as possible.
  7. Jot down a list of dream hobbies and pick one on the list to try.
  8. Join an online community to be a part of.
  9. Block out time in your day to be alone in silence.
  10. Choose a career that fulfills you.
  11. Personalize your workspace.
  12. Avoid the long commute – live closer to work.
  13. Be honest even when it hurts.
  14. Take the initiative to hang out with a friend.
  15. Focus on your relationships in real life.
  16. Help out a friend in need.
  17. Create some long-term goals for yourself.
  18. Go outside for 30 minutes (it’ll help fight depression).
  19. Give yoga a try.
  20. Sleep eight to nine hours a night.
  21. Try to keep a balanced diet.
  22. Don’t sweat the small stuff.
  23. Tell three people how much you love them.
  24. Stop trying to fix all the flaws in your life.
  25. Take “I can’t” out of your vocabulary.
  26. Do one thing at a time.
  27. Allow yourself to be content with where you are in life.
  28. Don’t run awful imaginary scenarios in your mind.
  29. You don’t have to participate in the struggles of other people’s lives.
  30. Mind your own business.

Wherever you are in the world, have a lovely day ❤

A, x (1)

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32 Comments

  1. Nice list of things! One question, “. You don’t have to participate in the struggles of other people’s lives.” How do you personally discriminate between the importance to help out your friends, significant, or parents ( we all know, one person can change the life of another!) and self integrity ( is it what you are stating here?)?

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    1. I love this question – I do not mean this in a negative way. I mean this more in regards to if someone is going through something you don’t need to INVOLVE yourself in this problem bc it is not your problem, yes you can be there for the person that is a great thing to do however, remember that this isn’t your problem & that you are just being a friend, don’t get caught up in other peoples problems & lose sleep over them.

      Does that sort of make sense?

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      1. It does make sense, sure. I asked that question because it is a very thin line. And to my experience, it is almost impossible to be simply there as a friend- once ( at least I) get involve in a problem solving project ( given not just listen bs but the real action) it take enormous efforts ( we are talking real problems and real solutions. ) both. Emotionally and financially. Only than I can see the result. As in any professional project- it takes lots of efforts and creativity?

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  2. I like the idea of “tech free zones”. In fact, it’s probably a good idea to make this the majority of the house, especially anywhere where people gather … like the dinner table, living room, etc. I try to limit my tech time to my office so that I can focus on family everywhere else. Great post.

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