Aside from being the title of a decent Amy MacDonald song (“What happiness means to me” – perhaps most notable for an excellent cover of “Dancing in the Dark” which follows on the same track) I do sometimes wonder what happiness means to me.
Happiness can come in short bursts, upon the completion of an act which brings it, or can be longer lasting, such as the happiness that comes from fulfilment. Some people call this second type of happiness “true happiness” although I would disagree with that to a point. We should take happiness in any place we can find it.
Continue reading “What does happiness mean to me?”
You’ve probably read my first post. Undoubtedly you are thinking that I am either a) full of myself, or b) full of self-confidence.
Neither is true.
The correct answer was c) I just know I have the potential to do anything if I really, truly, set my mind to it. And guess what? You do too.
Continue reading “So, you want to be amazing too?”
It sounds presumptuous. Like my ego must have overflown from my oversized head filling the entire room with my conceited self-opinion. But it isn’t presumptuous, it is true.
Continue reading “Let me tell you why I am amazing.”