How to be Happy – 7,4 bln ways
From wikihow.comWhat I really like about this article is that it mentions the core topics, which are the key to find happiness. To know yourself, have a vision, have compassion for yourself. It’s easier said then done! In Twirling Hair Blog, I will explore these topics much more and give practical method on how to do it. The rest of this article lists the known clichés: behealthy, connect with people, etc.
From healthline.comEverything you already know: smile, eat well, smile, breathe, etc. Doesn’t give the real answer. Twirling my hair I am wondering now, how to introduce habits. It is something that we do continuously, that is in line with our nature. If in general I do not like salads, I suspect that making myself to introduce a habit like this, will not finish well. I will only dislike it more. I know a saying “fake it till you make it”. I think it works in a short term – for example to get a promotion at work. But for sure, nothing will make me to be a fan of salads.
From nytimes.comThere is one thing I really like in this article: a part called “Rewrite your story“. It is about having long term vision about yourself and your life. Again, easier said then done! The author suggest actual writing and I fully agree with it. The rest of the article – again: be optimistic, exercise, breath.
From sparringmind.comHabits again. Will not work. Be proactive, have friends, be busy, less egocentric… Etc.
From jamesclear.comClichés again – be grateful, rest, call a friend, breathe. Somehow everybody knows that already, and still we have many unhappy people.
So, what to do? How to be Happy?
Twirling my hair, I think that there is a method through which you will get to know yourself and find out what will bring you happiness – with an accent on “You“. The point is to check whether the goal you are aiming for is yours, and not imposed by other people who have stereotypical expectations towards you.
Twirling hair I write about happiness differently.
About a specific way how to improve your life with understanding yourself, other people and your environment. I am writing about obvious matters, for example “be an optimist”, but I am adding a few sentences about what to do when your mind rebels and despite persuasions continues to suggest negative scenarios. You will have to deal with your own nature and work out a compromise. Again, as I said, it is easier said then done!