Imagine waking up each morning excited to start the day because you know it will be filled with joy, fun, and happiness.
You can absolutely have this kind of life. It’s not a pipe dream, but it will require change.
Think about it; you can change three things:
Victor Frankl, a Holocaust survivor, wrote about this in his book, Man’s Search for Meaning, which the Library of Congress lists … keep reading
(Originally posted as a guest blog on Happiness Inside, which is now closed)
Earlier this year, I pursued a passion that was long buried inside of me. I didn’t even realize how long it was buried until I began to unwrap it on my 44th birthday last year.
I was sitting on the pontoon at my parent’s lake, thinking back to some of the best memories of my life. I was rather down at that … keep reading
I’ve been tagged by Stephen at Adversity University to share some daily success habits. The Daily Success Secrets started over at Today Is The Day. The idea is to list five or ten “success” habits that you follow on a frequent basis.
Wake up grateful.This is a relatively new habit of mine. On most days, I tend to wake up with a mental list of things to do for the day. I am learning … keep reading