We’re taught to believe (and we see it manifest everywhere) that the older we get, the less vibrant life becomes. If you’d rather not live out that belief, you’ll likely appreciate the research findings that this post is based on. Science tells us that it’s possible to live a long and happy life—well into our […]
Simply put, these Brené Brown quotes are an homage to this woman’s legendary work and unwavering dedication to making the world a brighter (and braver) place for so many people.
Every act of appreciation is a seed planted, which blooms into something beautiful, something more to appreciate. Asking how to express gratitude is kin to wondering how we can make our lives more beautiful.
The only time and place life exists is right here, right now. If we can learn to savor the moment that’s upon us, we can make the good things last a little bit longer–possibly for the rest of our lives.
If something in you knows that life is meant to be enjoyed, these TED Talks on happiness will offer you scientific insights to support your ability to enjoy life to the fullest.
If you’re interested in making happiness possible right here and now, and in making it last for the rest of your life, I recommend watching these three TED Talks about happiness.
Let’s remake our definition of love so that it’s more open and generous. Love is not a finite resource–the opportunities to experience the presence of love are limitless if we know what we’re looking for. With this perspective, the meaning of love is given new life, every moment.
First things first: If you want to know how to be creative, you must recognize that you’re already creative. Creativity is not dependent on who you are or what you do for a living. Creativity is inherently woven into the human condition, and art is not limited to a select few. We’re all gifted with […]
Have you hugged someone today? If not, consider the fact that from a very young age, physical contact plays a vital role in our growth and ability to thrive. Beyond childhood, touch remains an important ingredient in our health and happiness. Let’s not overlook the amazing benefits of hugging that would serve our peace and […]
Though there’s some debate over whether or not mindfulness and happiness are directly correlated, I’ve experienced that a big part of happiness is deciding to be mindful. When you decide to notice life as it is without needing to change it, you realize that good things are simply everywhere, and they’re worthy of your appreciation.