Happiness may mean something different to everyone, but I believe happiness is at the core of who we are. I also believe that you’ll find something in this list that you can begin practicing today to increase your happiness every day. There are so many ways to be happy…
Even if your whole world seems upset, you can maintain a sense of inner calm and peace of mind. This is something we all want, but it requires practice. Here are a few ideas from my own journey that might speak to yours.
The best Christmas gifts carry more weight than gold and cannot be tied with a bow. Make this holiday season less about your presents, and more about the presence of your mind, heart, and soul.
Science shows (and experience knows) that gratitude has its benefits. In the spirit of giving thanks for the multitude of blessings/lessons in life, here are 11 happy benefits of gratitude worth smiling about.
Practicing gratitude on a daily basis can significantly increase your happiness and protect you from stress, negativity, and anxiety. There are many things to be grateful for, so here are ten ways to be grateful for the blessings and the lessons in your life.
Regularly expressing gratitude is a life-changing practice that breeds happiness, and that’s exactly why I’m sharing these quotes about being thankful.
Happiness comes more easily when we’re conscious about expressing gratitude in our daily lives. After all, it is not happy people who are thankful; it is thankful people who are happy. Here are ten things I’m sure many of us can be thankful for today.
On every darkened path of fear, there’s an opportunity to pause, look around, and change the way you’re going. Your transformation in that moment is your miracle. It’s realistic to believe in miracles; it’s a beautiful way of being in the world, one that highlights the joy, eases the pain, and turns “enough” into a […]
Why are happy people so, well, happy? I can give you three solid reasons right now—these are things I’ve started doing that have led to greater happiness in my life, every day.
Repeating Sanskrit mantras is an ancient practice that we can apply to the modern world for more peace, purpose, and happiness.