Smile More Often

Smile More Often

When your brain senses that you're using your muscles to smile, it's assuming that it must be happy about something. 

Smile, even if you don't always feel like it.

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Spend Time Outdoors

Spending time outside of your apartment can lift your mood. 

If you are unable to get outside, add greenery to your space, for some plant therapy.

Volunteer

People who volunteer are likely to have higher self-esteem, psychological well-being, and happiness.

Help someone else out who really needs it.

Eat Healthier

Regularly eating foods that are filled with nutrients can help you feel more positive and energetic. You will feel better mentally too.

Practice Gratitude

Research suggests that writing regularly in your gratitude journal can increase your well-being and overall life satisfaction.

Negative Self-Talk

Don't say things to yourself that you would not say to a loved one. 

If you want to feel better about yourself, change how you think about yourself.

Dress Up

What you wear affects how you feel.

Wear the clothes in your closet that makes you feel pretty and confident.

Have 'Me Time'

Taking time out to recharge your batteries improves your psychological well-being. 

Accept Your Status

Rather than comparing yourself to others and finding the disadvantages you feel you're faced with, acknowledge your own path.

Consciously look for the advantages of where you are. 

Exercise More

It's hard to ignore how essential exercising is for you to feel happier.

The first 20 minutes of exercise provide most of the health benefits.

Meditate

Meditation allows more rational thinking to take the place of anxiety.

Start the day with meditation by simply letting go of your thoughts.

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Work for that promotion or take on that marathon. 

It’s a lovely treat for your mind, according to Gretchen Rubin “The brain is stimulated by surprise, and successfully dealing with an unexpected situation gives a powerful sense of satisfaction.

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Go into every day with the hope to come out with new knowledge and insight into the world.

End every day knowing you’re just a bit smarter than yesterday and you’ll have a lot more to contribute to those around you.

How to overcome lazyness?

A lack of passion for your job, and overwhelming to-do list.

Here are 6 practical way to overcome lazyness

  • Write a short to-do list and 3 priority for the day
  • Keep your goals clear and manageable
  • Use positive instead of negative self talk
  • Don't expect your self to be perfectionist
  • Avoid distraction
  • reward yourself

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