Habit of Happy People
“The secret of happiness is to count your blessings while others are adding up their troubles” – William Penn
Wonder why happy people do not let anything to get to them? Do you want to become one of these people, here’s an easy way to make the change. Shift your focus from counting money to counting your blessings, and you will lead a happier and healthier life. Read more at http://www.pickthebrain.com/blog/one-easily-overlooked-habit-happy-people/
seeking inner peace
All those who are looking to seek inner peace and be happy in their life have to bid goodbye to stress and worry. There are various ways and tips that can come in handy. Once you have achieved inner peace, you would be able to enjoy the journey of life to the hilt.
For more info visit http://www.pickthebrain.com/blog/seek-inner-peace-and-master-the-lesson-of-life/
practice the act of gratitude
Gratitude- a word often used but seldom adhered to. How many times have we actually taken the time to feel grateful about something? We often say that good things happen to other people, but why don’t we realize that at time we are the ‘other’ person for a lot of people out there.
When you feel grateful, you feel content, which in turn makes you feel happier. And it is this consistent feeling of happiness that helps to reduce and in due time, thoroughly remove the proneness to stress and anxiety. Continue reading
There was a timein my life when I was going through an extremely rough patch. I was stressed beyond measures and truth be told, I do consider that phase to be the worst time of my life although one that taught me a lot.
During this time, a close friend of mine with whom I had lost touch, came to know about my hardship through our mutual friend, and he sent me a card which had just two lines written on it. Continue reading
As a little child, the ultimate source of happiness for me was watching two raindrops race down my window. For reasons unknown, it would delight and excite me every time it rained and I would slide my glass window close to kick start a competition between two tiny raindrops. I would cheer for the winning drop and egg on the one left behind: that was what made me happy.
Like million others, I too silenced the child within me as I grew up. There came a time when I did not have any inclination to enjoy a bout of unseasonal rain or relish a cup of hot chocolate with marshmallows. Gulping down mug after mug of black coffee, I had started to equate happiness with material wealth; materialistic possessions, a better bank balance, a six figure pay check, and the latest gizmo was supposedly my ticket to happiness. Continue reading