What is happiness? Why are some people happy and others are miserable, in the same circumstances?
It’s easy to argue that talking about positivity is simple, but putting it into practice is difficult.
We can follow different tips to find happiness, but absolute pleasure starts from embracing and appreciating the simple beauty.
The first reason I write is for is my seventeen-year-old self.
Retirement is a big part of life for so many. It should be an opportunity to enjoy life freely without work commitments and be as happy as one can be.
Choosing your career is an integral part of becoming an adult in many cases.
Materialism, generally described as the measure of importance we have for our material possessions, is often framed in a negative light.
You can even enrol in free online courses for parenting if you want to prepare for your first child.
The “flower power” test found some interesting results for how it helped boost people’s moods.
Religious people do not generally have better life satisfaction than atheist and non-religious people, according to research by the University of Cologne.
There comes a point in life where living becomes, just that little harder.
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Dr Andy Cope & Professor Paul McGee Release ‘The Happiness Revolution: A Manifesto for Living your Best Life’
The Happiness Revolution challenges readers to sign up for an uprising of well-being and to make the most of the privilege of being on this planet.
Usually, we are simply unaware that these data points in our life drive our decisions and impact our choices.
Relationships hold a special place in all our lives.
Many of us feel that personal happiness does not matter or cannot be achieved because of what is happening around us.