happiness Tag

Happiness. Success. Fulfillment. Wellbeing. Positive relatiotionships.  There's a good argument for saying you'll enjoy more of them if you're more yourself.  Genuine happiness comes from being genuine. Meaningful success comes from meaningfully being you.  If that sounds of interest (and who wouldn't want more happiness and success) then...

via ThoughtCatalog by Jen Lim For the majority of my life, I viewed the concept of happiness as a dichotomous switch – either you are or you aren’t. And to a certain extent, I suppose that still holds true. But the more detrimental implication of this...

via Inc.com by Angelina Zimmerman  Many of us understand exactly what it feels like to start again, whether it was your own choice or due to various factors forcing you to create massive changes in your life. As we know, we receive messages from the universe, and...

via the Washington Post by Christopher Ingraham Americans who want more time in their lives are happier than those who want more money, according to new research published in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science. Across a range of surveys and experiments involving over 4,400 people,...

9 Signs You’re Successful - Even If It Doesn’t Feel Like It (and the same also applies to being happy!)  via the Huffington Post by Dr Travis Bradberry If you’re ambitious, you’re bound to feel like a failure from time to time. Lofty goals lead to inevitable moments...

via Business Insider by Rachel Gillett Benjamin Franklin began and ended each day with a question: "What good shall I do this day?" in the morning, and "What good have I done this day?" in the evening. In fact, many great thinkers embraced the idea of constantly...

via Thought Catalog by Jen Lim For the majority of my life, I viewed the concept of happiness as a dichotomous switch – either you are or you aren’t. And to a certain extent, I suppose that still holds true. But the more detrimental implication of...

via Bustle by Brianna Weist The funny thing about happiness is that it's more about realizing what you have than it is achieving what you don't. Sure, goals are important, and a crucial component of happiness is having something to work toward and look forward to...

via PsychCentral by Claire Dorotik-Nana “No one ever gets through this life without heartache, without turmoil, and if you believe and have faith and you can get knocked down and get back up again and you believe in perseverance as a great human quality, you find...

via the Huffington Post by Hanna Fitz Thinking back to a few years ago, when I believed that my happiness would come on the following terms: When I met the man of my dreams, When I had more money and the business I always dreamed, I realized I was...