Habits of Happy People- pt 1

Being happy is intentional. It’s something that one must create and maintain. Happy people constantly engage in happiness-boosting habits. One of the main differences between happy people & miserable people is their habits. Today, we’re delving into the habits of happy people, in efforts to consciously construct a more happy, fulfilled life.

Be Grateful

Practicing gratitude daily can boost your mood. Acknowledge one thing you’re grateful for every day. This practice can encourage positive feelings of hope and happiness. Throughout your day, try keeping an eye out for the positive and pleasant things in your life. These don’t have to be huge things. You can find pleasantries in the simplest things that happen throughout your day. This daily practice could make you become more aware of all the positive things around you, resulting in you being more grateful in life and happier.

Keep A Journal

Keeping a journal is a good way to destress, to set & achieve your goals, to organize your thoughts, analyze your feelings, and even to self reflect. You don’t have to be a professional writer to keep a journal. You can simply jot down a few thoughts before you go to bed.

Get Plenty Of Sleep

Poor sleep can affect one’s mood by causing frustration and stress. Adequate sleep is vital to brain function and emotional well-being.

To build a better sleep routine:
-Keep notes of how many hours you sleep each night and how rested you feel.
-Go to bed and wake up at the same time every day(including weekends).
-An hour before bed each night, do something relaxing that wines you down. Let this be your quiet time. It could be taking a warm bath, reading, listening to relaxing music, or even playing a crossword puzzle.

You hold the key to your own happiness. By choosing more happiness boosting habits, you can create a life in which you are genuinely happy.

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