July 2018

via Psychology Today by Wendy Patrick Of course, the best things in life are free.  Prioritizing faith, family, and friends; savoring health over wealth. But if you are going to spend money, can you buy happiness? This is an evergreen question answered differently depending on who you ask.  There is agreement, however, regarding the fact...

via Entrepreneur by Deep Patel There’s an unfortunate reason why happiness is often elusive -- our brains simply aren’t wired that way. Instead, our brains have evolved to survive, to protect ourselves, to keep us safe. Sure, we have moments of elation and periods of contentment...

One of the things we know for sure about happy people is that they think differently. Happiness is significantly determined by your attitude; and can be destroyed by the wrong type of negative thoughts. So if you'd like a happier, better life and you're thinking these negative...

Happiness is great. But it's hard to be happy if someone you care about is unhappy! That being said, happiness can come from helping others; especially if we're helping them enjoy more happiness! So if you'd like some tips about how to boost the mood of family and...

None of us are perfect. And so none of us will get things right 100% of the time. So to enjoy happiness and success we need to learn from our mistakes. And if we learn our lessons sooner rather than later, we can enjoy more happiness and a...

by Dr Tim Sharp (aka Dr Happy) Have you ever thought how good it would be to live your best possible life? To be different and better in all those ways you often dream about? This "new you" would be so happy and content, successful and confident;...

via TED Ideas by Kara Cutruzzula Advice from 7 TED speakers on creating better connections. “Why don’t I feel closer to my parent/sibling/friend/co-worker?” It’s a question that many of us have pondered at some point, and it usually comes out of our desire to feel more connected to...