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How To Be Happy

Updated on October 22, 2011

If you are going through an irregular patch in life, how to be happy will be the question enduring in your mind. Here, we will describe some ways to bring happiness into our lives.

How To Be Happy?

Several studies have been done to observe factors that make people happy and contented. The basic and very simple conclusion that has been found from this research study is to do what a person likes. Although this seems to be the comfiest thing to do, in reality, most people finds it hard to follow it.

In this viable world, most people are motivating and working hard to reach their aims and goals, however, in their journey, one significant thing that they are leaving behind is to enjoy their current life.

If an individual strives to achieve his goal, ignoring his friends and family, there will be really no one around him at the ending, to enjoy his success. So, here are few tips that will aid you in the endeavor of finding happiness in your life.

Relaxing

In the age, when most of the people have a very busy schedule, relaxing and doing things that one enjoys seem to be a hard thing to do. However, this is very significant because the durable work does not have any meaning, if you are not capable to enjoy it.

Hence, it is very important to take occasional breaks from the routine work and enjoy the small things that you enjoy like going on a vacation, meeting a friend, reading a novel or a book, painting, watching a movie, listening to music or just some moments spend with yourself. So, relaxation is the best answer to this question, how to remain happy with yourself.

Surround Yourself With Pleasing Smells.

Keep flowers, pot-pourri or scented candles in most of the rooms of your house and also in your office.

Keep Yourself Very Close To Nature

Have plants and flowers in your home and office. Spend some time in the garden or any LocalPark. Go to walks in the countryside and also by the seaside.

Read A Value Newspaper On Daily Basis

Learning anything is fun and the best way to learn is to check out news and features daily so that, over time, your knowledge and interests deepen and grow.

Read A Weekly Or Monthly Magazine

It reflects a personal interest. You will come to really look forward to each new matter, like a visit from a friend.

How To Remain Happy At Workplace?

Here are few tips to help you on your way to finding happiness and complete satisfaction of your job in the workplace.

Challenge Yourself

Instead of looking for help and motivation from some other people, challenge yourself and take indict of your own growth professionally.

Boredom is one of the basic factors that cause people to leave jobs. So find out new challenges and move to the music of your personally developed goals and plans.

Make New Friends

Having someone to discuss on a social levels and in fact having coworkers that you like to and enjoy working with is a feature of happiness at the workplace. Meeting new people and receiving fresh perspectives can aid you to keep yourself interested in your job.

Complete Your Tasks

Complete you’re given tasks, however disagreeable or difficult they might be. This grants you an individual sense of success and motivates you to work towards your aims in the future.

Also keep gaining and learning new insights while at work. This will not just help you with the recent job but also take you further ahead career wise. 

I hope each and every individual of you, who is reading this article “How to be happy”, has found the answer to this question as how to remain happy.

One must understand that happiness is not an inaccessible goal, rather it lies in the small things of life and we only have to keep our eyes wide open to remain happy. On this quotation, I will like to end this article which is by Fredrick Keoing...

“We tend to forget that happiness doesn't come as a result of getting something we don't have, but rather of recognizing and appreciating what we do have”.

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      hassam 8 years ago from Pakistan

      Thanks, for commenting.

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      MrTooree 8 years ago

      Wow !!! Another great hub !!! Thanks !!!

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