H is for Happy
When we write our blogs we are mainly centered around our passion, your passion is what makes you happy, and it is part of your “Why”.
What makes you happy?
I like Tulips and Spring
Being a mom and a wife for as many years as I have been, you tend to put your passion aside to take care of your household. But I have come to realize that is not all that bad. That is what I like to do, and I would do it all over again.
I have learned to understand what my “Why” and “happiness” is!
Here is a test that I found to see what makes you happy. Follow it and see how close they are. I was kind of surprised at the answer based on some of the weird questions. Answer truthfully and see for yourself.
This is how my answer came out
“You’re an achiever
You feel happiest when you have achieved something that you have been working towards, whether it’s a material or personal goal. But it’s not all about you… happiness also comes when you have helped someone else to feel happy, for example, playing with your children or watching your friends enjoy themselves at a party you’ve organized. You like to feel emotionally connected to the people and things around you. Be careful that you don’t rely too much on material things, and that you don’t become dissatisfied and unhappy when you fail to achieve your goals. Instead, recognize and celebrate the fact that your love of achievement can be a powerful source of energy, and one that can spur you into creativity.”
Here is another way to make you happy.
Have you ever not smiled when you see someone else smile? It can be contagious. Kind of like yawning. Try it yourself, smile at everyone you come across. See what happens.
This is how to make you learn how to smile.
1) Imagine a joyful situation. Leading neuroscientist Andrew Newberg suggests visualizing someone you love deeply or recalling an event that brought you deep satisfaction and joy will help to make your smile more genuine. Equally, you may want to think of a joke or situation that made you laugh.
2) Practice smiling in front of the mirror. Practice activating both corners of your mouth and your eye sockets. You will know when your smile is genuine because you will feel happy and relaxed.
3) Concentrate on your eyes. Cover the lower part of your face with a piece of paper. When your eyes are smiling, really concentrate on what muscles are working and why, and remember this each time you smile. Try to engage these muscles each time you smile, even if you feel the smile scenario is ‘fake’.
4) Mark how happy you feel. As you practice your smile, on a scale of one to ten, gauge how happy smiling with just your mouth makes you feel. Then do the same, but smile with your eyes. At the beginning of the month, mark on the same scale how happy you are feeling in general. Over the month, try to smile with your eyes in each smile scenario you come across, then after a month, mark how happy you are feeling now.
To see more click here https://psychologies.co.uk/self/try-this-and-smile.html
Other things that are tied to “happy”.
Happy as a clam
Happy new year
Comment below and see how many more we can come up with.
Have a great day and SMILE
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