If you feel consumed in the drama of the world, let these powerful facts about the universe ground you in the truth that life is so much more—maybe more than we could ever imagine.
There are so many uses for coconut oil. You can consume it, and you can slather it all over your body. Trust me (and a lot of other people): it’s not as nuts as it sounds (corny pun intended).
These Dr. Seuss quotes are simple reminders to keep your childlike wonder and enthusiasm alive, because even (but really, especially) the little things afford us the greatest experience of joy.
Coconut oil is amazing in so many ways. It can be put to work as a healthful component of food and drink recipes, skin care, hair care, or healing remedies. Here’s a short and sweet breakdown of some of the most accessible coconut oil uses in the kitchen.
A happiness journal takes the small day-to-day moments in life and turns them into something to be cherished and remembered. Journaling your joys is a magnificent and powerful way to train your brain to savor life’s beauty, and prioritize positive energy.
Happiness is a practice that requires our loving devotion. If you want to know how to be happy, you must know patience and persistence. You must understand how to enjoy the journey without getting lost in the glamour of the end result.
Do we find happiness, or do we create it and amplify it by remembering that it’s within our reach? I believe the latter is the truth. Happiness, peace, love—these qualities represent our natural state, our internal home, and who we really are. Trust yourself and your ability to bring to life the experiences you want […]
Since H2O makes up nearly two thirds of who we are physically, it’s no real surprise that there are a ton of benefits of drinking water.
Our brains are wired to find what we’re looking for. These positive quotes are reminders to keep looking for goodness in the world, especially when it’s hard to see, because there is beauty all around, still.
The question we should be asking is one which Aristotle posed 2,500 years ago: “What is the good life?” Positive psychology would suggest that the answer is tied up in the identification and the use of your signature strengths.