Hello loves ❤

Life is truly an amazing thing. Unfortunately, in this day and age, far too many people are too busy to even realize it. Worse yet, many of these individuals find life to be tedious, frustrating, or even downright awful. This can lead to dissatisfaction in life including with your marriage, work, and parenting.

If you are one of the many who are too wrapped up in the hustle and bustle of modern life to fully enjoy anything, it is high time you make some changes. After all, everyone deserves to be happy, and you are no exception to this rule.

Below we have compiled a few simple steps to follow that are sure to help you start loving life again.

 

#1: Love Your Work

This first step is the most difficult, but also the most important. In our society, a good portion of life is spent working. This is all fine and dandy for those who enjoy their work, but can be absolutely miserable for those who aren’t necessarily in love with what they do.

For this reason, it is highly important that you find a career you love. This might mean tweaking your current job by asking if you may telecommute so you can travel more, or putting in extra effort to make it that next step up the ladder. It may even mean keeping your current career but cutting your hours a bit in order to avoid burnout.

That said, finding your dream job could also require you to take a bigger risk by quitting your current one and going into a field you are truly passionate about. If this is the case, be sure to make the switch slowly in order to ensure you won’t be left without income. As long as you are taking baby steps toward that ultimate goal, you are doing the right thing.

 

#2: Free Yourself from Stuff

Just as stuff can improve our lives, it also has the ability to be a huge burden. Too many things can weigh a person down, leaving them feeling constantly stressed out as they attempt to find cabinets and closets for everything. Coming home to a cluttered, disorganized home every night is a sure-fire way to put everyone in the household in a bad mood, and constantly worrying about the state of your material possessions can be crazy-making.

For this reason, minimizing your things and keeping only what is truly useful to you is a crucial step in the direction of finding joy in your life. This requires a big mindset shift and can be quite difficult, but trust us when we say that it is a worthwhile Endeavor.

 

#3: See Your Friends

By ridding yourself of material distractions, you will make room in your life for something else. Fill this void with people. People you love and people who love you will make your whole world a more joyful and worthwhile place.

By setting up weekly hang-outs, joining a book club, or hopping onto a bowling team, you can ensure you get regular doses of time with the people who make you happy. Even at times when watching Netflix sounds more relaxing, force yourself to attend these appointments. While getting out of the house might be difficult, you won’t regret doing it once you are laughing and having a good time with your clan.

 

#4: Implement a Self-Care Regimen

Caring for yourself is incredibly important. You should never become so wrapped up in the day-to-day activities that you neglect this part of your life. Schedule it in advance if you must, but make sure you get in a good amount of journaling, yoga, bath time, or whatever it is that helps you relax, recharge, and feel good about yourself.

 

#5: Get Involved

Just as caring for yourself is good for the soul, caring for the world around you can also have an incredibly positive impact on your overall mood. For this reason, it is always a good idea to get involved in the community however you can. This might mean planting flowers at the local park, volunteering at a food bank, or visiting your elderly neighbour. By caring for the community, you are making the world a better place to be for everyone, including yourself.
Wherever you are in the world, have a lovely day ❤

A, x (1)

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21 Comments

  1. I would definitely tell everyone to take a few moments to simply be. For some of us that is over a cup of coffee. For others, it is a moment on the bus to sit and naturally filter out the noise.

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  2. thanks for your post. For me the two that matter most are loving my work, and having less stuff. The less stuff I have the less burdened I feel, you are right, and the more open and free space I feel in my life and head for creating and writing!

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