Category: Happiness

Cope with Anything: How to Build Resilience and Inner Strength

Cope with Anything How to Build Resilience and Inner Strength

Most people do not have a life without some difficult. But is it possible to feel more confident in your ability to handle whatever comes your way? Yes!

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How to ensure you stay positive during trying times

How to ensure you stay positive during trying times

When things get tough it can be hard to stay positive, but here are some reasons why you absolutely should be and some tips on how to get there.

Appreciation and Happy Thoughts: Why Being Nice Matters

Appreciation and Happy Thoughts

I went on a training course at work and learnt how I’m not always a great person. Let me tell you about how easy it is to be negative about people and why we all need to stop.

Give the gift of attention this Valentine’s Day

gift of attention this valentine's day

This Valentines, why not give the best gift of all? Your attention. Find out what I mean below.

Spreading positivity and happiness

Spreading positivity and happiness

It’s amazing what you can achieve by spreading positivity and happiness. Delve into this important step on the road to being amazing! #happiness

5 tips to overcome your fear of failure

5 tips to overcome your fear of failure

Daunted by the prospect of failure? Concerned things might not work out? These 5 tips for overcoming your fear of failure are what you need in your life.

Mindfulness: what is it and why should it matter to you?

Mindfulness: what is it and why should it matter to you?

What is mindfulness and why should it matter to you? 6 reasons why it is time for you to start practising today.

Is the greatest problem with other people ourselves? The self-delusion epidemic.

Is the greatest problem with other people ourselves? The self-delusion epidemic.

The next question is why is this the case? Why would natural selection develop a brain that leaves people deluded about themselves? A possible answer, as put forward by Robert Wright in his book “Why Buddhism is True”, is that if we believe something about ourselves it will be easier to convince other people to believe it too.

New Year, same me: my thoughts on the January Blues and how to beat them

New Year, same me: my thoughts on the January Blues and how to beat them

January sucks. It tends to be even colder than December and yet we have no big Christmas festivities or New Year celebrations to look forward to at its conclusion. In January it’s still dark in the morning when you leave for your job and dark when you come home. Those of us who are lucky will have a window they can stare out of at the sun – when it isn’t covered in grey clouds. With nothing to look forward to in January and the high probability that your New Year’s resolutions will all end in failure by the time the month is up it is easy to see why some people can get a bit depressed.

My amazing hobbies and happiness

We all want to do what we love. For some people that is their career. Their job. For many, however, it is what they do outside of work that brings them the most happiness and enjoyment. I am no exception to this rule. I…