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Humility is not thinking less of yourself, but thinking of yourself less. - CS Lewis
Self-esteem that is bound to external success can lead to small spurts of happiness but is no...
Research shows that feeling “rushed” is a one-way street to stress and unhappiness. Too much boredom can be burdensome.
To find a balance, learn to say "no" to oppo...
Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people. - Eleanor Roosevelt
Deep conversations are often those we reserve for close friends and family
Small pleasures matter. Research has shown that you need to have small wins along the way in order to be truly happy.
Experiences trump material purchases (in general) for the 5 following reasons:
According to research, showing gratitude boosted happiness by a noticeable level.
Writing thank-you notes, or just a nice letter, is an effective method of increasing happiness and lif...
Research suggests that the best way to predict how much we will enjoy an experience is to see how much someone else enjoyed it.
Researchers found that although the process of becoming proficient at something took its toll on people in the form of stress,
participants reported that these same activities made t...
Researchers found that setting ambitious goals tends to make people happier.
Big goals are often an important element of getting people moving in the first place.
Research has found that exercise is a proven strategy for feeling better, increasing your energy levels and reducing tension.
The release of endorphins has an addictive effect, and mor...
"When people realise that their life is almost over and look back clearly on it, it is easy to see how many dreams have gone unfulfilled. Most people had not honoured even a half of th...
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National surveys find that when someone claims to have 5 or more friends with whom they can discuss important problems, they are 60 percent more likely to say that they are ‘very happy’.
Excerpt from the book Finding Flow.
True friends really are worth their weight in gold. Check in regularly with close friends (around every two weeks).
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