How content are you with your life as it is?
Do you have time to enjoy your life?
What’s keeping you from feeling really happy?
How about the good things in life? Do you find time to enjoy them, or are you continually postponing happiness? Don’t worry! It’s the most common mistake we all make!
Read my article below:
When was the last time you’ve taken a day off to be with yourself or your family? “Jill, I won’t be happy without any money,” you may say. And this is partially true. Our work and income are decisive factors of our well-being, but get yourself ready for this; they are not the sole… applicants for the job.
The only reason we don’t feel happy is that we don’t have the time! We tend to estimate happiness as something firmly attached to other prerequisites.
But if happiness was depending solely on spending endless hours in the office, trying anxiously to check our to-do list and get rich, I guess kids would be the most unhappy creatures on earth. There must be something more than just chasing the clock and joining the rat race, right?
Kids know best how to be happy even penniless because they communicate their genuine feelings effectively, and they listen to their hearts more. Happiness is closer to your heart than your mind, after all.
By continually preparing for an uncertain future, you neglect what’s happening now! Maybe you have more things to be grateful and happy than you think! Perhaps you deserve to feel satisfied as you are, even not in the best economic status, even not with a family, even with just yourself. Being complete and balanced is the start line of all the great win-or-lose races you are about to have.
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Enjoy even the smallest of things, and be grateful every day!