They aren’t happier than you because of their circumstances. They’re happy because they’ve learned to maintain a steady and consistent state of optimism and thankfulness.
Producer’s note: Someone on Quora asked: How can I be happy? Here is one of the best answers that’s been pulled from the thread. 1. Stop comparing yourself to other people.
Eventually, the stacks start to diminish, the space becomes larger and uncluttered, and more light shines through the window that was once was covered up.
Saturday brunch with friends. Sunday dinner with family.
Compliment people as much as you can. Try to compliment one person a day; just don’t forget to compliment yourself, too.
Err on the side of metaphorical froyo.
The most meaningful changes in our lives tend to rip us to pieces. That is how it always goes. No rational, happy person ever steps back to examine his life and decides that he simply must change everything about it.
The holidays get stressful as you get older, so here are some life hacks I’ve come up with to try and make the holidays a little more cheerful.
It really is possible for anyone to turn their life in a new direction, and to finally become what they once might have been.
Coffee brewing in the morning.