Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Finding Your Ultimate Happiness

Do it easier and change your routine even if it's only in small changes. It can make you feel much more at peace.

In order to be happy, you need to feel good physically. So, whenever you feel anxiety, pain or fatigue, seek your husband to the rescue especially if you are exhausted.

Instead of pushing your way of setting up a tense win-or-lose situation, say, "I see your point of view." Listening to other sides will imrpove your relationships and make you feel calmer.

Try an instant confidence builder: Look in the mirror and say out loud to yourself, "I am immune to criticism, I am beneath no one, I am fearless." It may sound funny but repeating this mantra helps people stand taller.

Enjoying the moment rather than dwelling on the future worries is a lasting mood-booster. If you start to drift, say to yourself, "Focus on the present." This will help snap you back to the good stuff in front of you.