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Science Says: Get Happy!!! November 9, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Gratitude, Happiness, Mindfulness, People.
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Increasing our feelings of happiness, joy, and contentment is an attainable and worthwhile goal  . . . with benefits that spill over to everyone we meet on our journey through life.

Mickey-Ta-DaaaHere are 10 scientific strategies for getting happy:

1.  Savor Everyday Moments
2.  Avoid Comparisons
3.  Put Money Low on the List
4.  Have Meaningful Goals
5.  Take Initiative
6.  Make Friends.  Treasure Family.
7.  Smile . . . Even When You Don’t Feel Like it
8.  Say Thank You Like You Mean It
9.  Get Out and Exercise
10.  Give It Away.  Give It Away NOW!

To read the complete article:  10 Things Science Says Will Make You Happy

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1. Richard W Scott - November 9, 2010

11. Choose your background music wisely.
12. Stick close to happy people. Well-being is contagious.

nrhatch - November 9, 2010

Yes to both!

Positive people and the “right” music are uplifting. Negative people and the “wrong” music can bring us down, down, down.

2. Cindy - November 9, 2010

It’s a sin not to take these points of advice to heart ;p

nrhatch - November 9, 2010

So easy in theory . . . yet some find it difficult to apply in practice.

It’s gets easier over time.

We see our thoughts for what they are . . . and learn to manipulate them to our advantage.

3. Patricia - November 9, 2010

13. Choose your friends wisely. Keep negative people at arms length.

nrhatch - November 9, 2010

Or even further away . . . 😉

4. Arvik - November 9, 2010

14. Follow your bliss

Such a great list; I find it’s the simplest things that require the most reminders. Thank you for this.

nrhatch - November 10, 2010

So true.

When we are absolutely determined to enjoy what we do (by following our bliss), we win. No matter what happens, we win.

5. jannatwrites - November 9, 2010

All good strategies! Thanks for sharing them. I’m really struggling with #9 right now, but I’m determined to make it a habit 🙂

nrhatch - November 10, 2010

Exercise is worth its weight in gold.


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