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101 Ways To Feel Happier Daily

101 ways to feel happier dailyGiven that it’s Friday, the chances are that you’re feeling pretty happy right now! We’re all happy on a Friday as the weekend is upon us. Our psychology goes into a peak state (although that may be hindered if you were out drinking last night!), as you look forward to whatever the weekend has to bring. You may witness your focus and productivity has taken an impressive turn for the better. If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ll have heard me mention that 80% of success in anything in life is psychology and 20% mechanics. We produce great results when we’re in a peak state – and ultimately when we’re happy. So how do you make sure to be happy on a daily basis? Here are 101 ways to feel happier daily brought you by Lifehack.org.

101 Ways To Feel Happier Daily

Here’s the most important stuff you need to do to live in the moment and feel happier every day in one quick list:

1. Smile.

2. Connect with nature.

3. Surround yourself with positive people in person or online.

4. Do something you’ve always enjoyed.

5. Do something you’ve never done before but have always wanted to try.

6. Learn something new.

7. Smell something that makes you happy: a mandarin, your lover’s perfume, chocolate, you decide.

8. Reward yourself for your good habits.

9. Eat something that makes you happy, but not too much if it’s fattening.

10. Spend time with a good friend.

11. Touch something that makes you happy: a cat, velvet, the bark of a tree? Take time to notice.

12. Don’t worry now, worry later. Continue reading on Lifehack.org

Did you read to the end of these 101 ways to feel happier daily? If so, which was your favourite?  If I’m ever feeling down I give a friend a call who always makes me laugh. We talk utter gibberish and shrink our worries into insignificance. I also do exercise as the endorphins you get from it – the happy high – are pretty awesome. You feel healthy and you put your psychology into a peak state simply by moving and getting blood pumping around your brain. Something very interesting I learned from Tony Robbins (sorry, I mention him again) is that our psychology is derived from our physiology – the way we move our bodies, the way we breathe, the way we use our voices, our tonality, how we use our facial muscles, our body language etc. Motion creates emotion. You can change your psychology in a matter of minutes by simply dancing around, getting your heart rate up and taking some deep breaths. Try it next time you’re feeling de-energised!


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