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Wishing you happiness for 2019

Sometimes we rush through life hardly noticing the little pleasures in life.

here are a few suggestions to make 2019 a bit more fulfilling


wishing you happiness for 2019

#1. Make time to do one thing that you love doing .Let’s face it, life is just going to get busier and busier, and you won’t find extra pockets of time with less responsibilities just around the corner. Besides, the biggest benefit to doing your thing is that it makes you feel good. Use that as a motivator to start.

#2. Use any excuse to laugh. Why? Because laughter keeps you in touch with your child self. It helps you to produce endorphins, your happy hormones. And there’s never too much of it. Watch a comedy, tell funny stories to your friends, be silly whenever you get the chance. Laugh out loud and so hard that your stomach hurts from it!

#3. Make one new habit that will get you closer to a personal goal. You probably already know what it is, but you’re also good at procrastinating (you and everyone else; we’re pros at it!). Think of it this way: when you start working on this habit or skill, whether it’s learning a new language or eating one healthy meal a day, you’re immediately investing in your future. Now that’s smart.



#4. Read more. Not just whatever you see online, or on Twitter or Facebook or Reddit. Read books. Read about world history, mythology, geography, art. Read biographies of smart people, powerful people, warriors, unique individuals who shaped history. Read a literary classic: a book by Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Hemingway, Twain, Shakespeare, Kafka, Marquez, Camus, Balzac. Read to learn, to experience, to understand more about the world and about human nature.



#5. Say thank you every day for 3 small things you have in your life right now. It will shift your perspective from focusing on the negatives and what you feel you’re lacking in to the positive things that can make life more meaningful to you on a daily basis. And it’s not about material possessions; think about the small things, like having a warm meal at the end of the day or having a close friend to share good moments with.


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