23 Jul Want to know the incredibly simple thing that the happiest people in the world do?
I've said it before and I'll say it again…too many people overcomplicate happiness.
It's not possible to be happy ALL the time and it's not always easy to enjoy happiness every day but…that's not the same as saying that it's increcibly complext and requires massive amounts of thought…
…which is why I love this TIME magazine article that hightlights one, very simple but very important happiness boosting strategy. Intrigued? Then read on…
by Eric Barker from TIME
Research has found about 9 zillion things you can do to increase happiness.
Of course, you’re probably not doing any of them. To be fair, most people don’t really do much to deliberately make their lives happier.
Researchers found that the majority of the subjects they studied were not able to identify anything they had done recently to try to increase their happiness or life satisfaction.
So you want to start? You want something insanely easy to do that research has demonstrated over and over again works?
Something that the happiest people in the world all do?
Here you go:
Next time something good happens, stop whatever you are doing, give it a second and appreciate that moment.
Old cliches like “stopping to smell the roses” and “it’s the little things in life”? They’re true.
The happiness researchers call it “Savoring.” Here’s how it works…
…keep reading the full article HERE