This year, more than in previous years, kindness and benevolence have been emphasised. The report’s authors write that “year after year we have found that generosity is a meaningful predictor of happiness.”
The natural world can help us recover from trauma, find our way back to ourselves, and remember who we are at our core.
When we think about our possessions, we often consider only their utility value—but there’s so much more depth to what they mean to us than just “usefulness.”
They’re not famous and they don’t have their own TV shows or Twitter accounts—but they’re no less important.
When my mind feels like it’s about to burst from all the thoughts running through it, closing my eyes and taking a deep breath helps me calm down and focus on what’s right in front of me.
Life is a marathon, not a sprint—but sometimes it’s hard to keep our eyes on the prize when we’re running through mud in flip-flops.
And think about how lucky we are to have this moment: a quiet morning before the day starts, enjoying a cup of coffee on a beautiful morning.
Grace is a big word. But what if you don’t have any religious beliefs? What if you don’t believe in God? Does that mean you can’t be good to other people? Does it mean you can’t be kind? Does it mean you can’t show grace to those around you?
What if I told you that instead of feeling miserable about getting things wrong, you could use them as an opportunity to learn something new? And then even use what you learned to try again and make things even better than before?
Overwhelmed by life? Need a little pick-me-up? Gratitude is your answer for everything and everyone. I’ll show you how to build the right gratitude attitude, and I give you an opportunity to start practicing right away.
What do things bring to you? Do they bring out the best in you? Do they make your day? Do they bring a smile to your face and a skip in your step? Are they something that makes your heart happy and gives you goosebumps when you think about them? If so, then why not […]
I’m sure you’ve heard the saying “the squeaky wheel gets the grease.” And if you’re like me, you’ve probably said it a few times too. But did you know that saying isn’t just about the squeaky wheel getting what it wants? It’s also about how complaining can be harmful to your health and relationships. If […]