Find Your Joy of Life

Photo Courtesy : Spirited Away, 2001

How do we find more joy in our life?like anything else, it takes practice to cultivate ongoing happiness. In a sense, we have to reset our baseline.

Here are some little things you can do to discover the secrets of being happier :

Do what you love : It’s pretty hard to maintain happiness if you hate your job. Don’t waste your best years of life in a joyless job. What are you interested in? What are you truly passionate about?

Focus on building a career in an area that motivates you and will provide you you with high level of satisfaction.

Spend wisely : It’s tempting to believe that the more money you have, the happier you will be. But the reality is, it’s how you spend your money that helps you feel happier. The key is to do it wisely. Happiness connected to material possessions fades.

Give back : Be generous with your time and your money. Give to those who are in need. Give to those you love and care for. Those who give back have sense of selflessness and humanitarianism.

Live in and moment : Our thoughts and feelings often revolve around the past or future. Reality is what you are experiencing in this very moment. For instanced, you are now reading our post, you shall be feeling a certain kind of joy or getting a chill vibes. Endeavour to live in a moment, and you’ll begin to have a a deeper meaning in your life.

Cultivate Gratitude : Find ways to cultivate Gratitude on the daily basis. Giving thanks and being a grateful for all you have will make you happier and more content. Gratitude is a thankful appreciation for what you have received in your life.

When you spend time each day acknowledging all that is good in life, you’ll see that there is more greater good than you realize, and you’ll find that sadness, anxiety and depression are diminished.


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Thanks for reading. 🙂

By Vipulvisharat

A curios and self-reliant Blogger.

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