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On a basic level, human beings are born to connect. We can form complex relationships to build, coordinate, and take advantage of interpersonal connections.
Individualism and independence have led to isolation, which results in amplifying our suffering. Connecting with others in any way possible can help boost our mood.
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Creating something beautiful is a great way to boost your mood. We all are makers and creators, and making stuff is a powerful way to feel good.
Cooking food, fixing something, decluttering your desk, or painting bottles can help pep you up.
Physical activity and exercise can get rid of lethargy and irritability, and help with serious issues like chronic anxiety and depression.
What’s really great is that you don’t need an hour to improve your mood. Even a stroll in the park or a few pushups can dispel you...
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Listening to upbeat music can actually improve your mood.
It's important not to overthink, "Am I happy yet?" while listening, and instead just allow yourself to enjoy the experience.
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It's the idea that in order to lead healthy, happy emotional lives we need consistent habits and exercises that support our mental health and wellbeing.
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Bad moods happen 50% of the time simply because of a lack of energy. When you have lots of energy your mind moves faster, you get more done and you feel happier.
The next time you feel down, stop trying to think your way through it and instead boost your energy.
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