Why is it that some people seem happy in almost any circumstance while others seem to complain no matter what? Why do some people see hardship as a devastating event and others look at hardship as an opportunity? Or, why do some people see winning something (like a new car) …
Does this sound familiar? We just spent the day doing family centered activities. When it’s time to go home we think everyone is so happy about all the fun we just had. Instead, a child (or two) begins complaining about what they didn’t do and we’re left feeling surprised and …
As I get older, I find myself with more and more to do and less time in which to accomplish it all. How about you?
How many people see a three day weekend as a time to relax? A time to enjoy family, friends or even their own company? I am a bit different in this regard.
One of the fastest ways to up your happiness game is through practicing gratitude. Wherever you are on the happiness spectrum, gratitude has a place in your life.
So last week after reading Having Trouble Envisioning Your Dream Life? Make an Incredible Vision Board in 7 Easy Steps you were so inspired you finished your dream board that night, right? All kidding aside, having a vision board is wonderful, but what exactly do you do with it?