September 2018

The minimalist movement has gained increasing popularity in recent years; and it shares much in common with the happiness or positive psychology movement and science. In short, accumulating more and more "stuff" typically doesn't lead to more happiness; rather, simplifying and being grateful for what one...

As most parents know, you're only ever as happy as your unhappiest child! But as most parents also know, we can't expect our kids to be happy ALL the time. Happiness is wonderful; but just as, if not more important, is the ability to understand and manage...

via Forbes by William Arruda When you think of enhancing your success at work, you might instantly focus on enrolling in a new professional development course or learning a new skill – or perhaps you’ll hunt for a time management app that will help you increase...

via Inc.com by Rhett Power So what should you be spending your time on anyway? This is an extremely important question for all of us. But we often ignore it because we are so used to living life a certain way. We have gotten into a...

Being broken need not preclude happiness. In fact happiness is not a life without breaks and fractures; rather, happiness is a life that finds beauty and strength within the cracks and failures. Wabi sabi is a Japanese philosophy built on exactly this; finding happiness and wonder within...

Happiness is more complex than a simple quote might have us believe. Happiness usually takes more than one line or a positive affirmation. But the impetus we need to take positive action for happiness might will start with an inspirational saying; and here are some absolute crackers...

Imposter syndrome is the phrase given to that feeling we've all had; where you believe you don't really belong and that you're not really as capable as others think. Not surprisingly, if this is how you're feeling you're less likely to enjoy happiness! But there is an...