What’s wondrous in your world?
No matter what you’re doing with your days, it is possible to control your attitude, and this, in turn, brings more satisfaction, greater health, better relationships … The list goes on.
Research shows that just two minutes per day giving thanks for something new, or (in a work environment) sending an appreciative email to a colleague) can increase happiness by around 25%.
I grew up feeling completely loved, but I didn’t learn about maintaining my happiness and well being until much later in life. And I’m constantly learning more stuff about the subject.
I think my culture has a lot to learn about happiness.
One top tip is that old chestnut – follow your bliss. I’m experimenting with this right now via my first Happyzine Talks – a public event drawing together inspiring people to share the stories of their work for our people and our planet.
Because: I love people. I freakn love them!
So we shall see how this first event goes …
How about you – what are you giving thanks for today?
Charlotte kooky Squire