09 Feb A few highlights from the last week or so of happiness related articles and research …
As I’ve done on a semi-regular basis in recent months, today, again, I’m sharing a few of the more interesting and useful articles I’ve read in recent days / weeks.
To begin with, this Huffington Post article includes 7 micro acts of joy, backed by science, that you can use to build more happiness into your life. You can check it out … HERE
Along similar lines, this article outlines “10 Tiny Happiness Secrets Most People Conveniently Ignore”, which I like because as the title suggests, it includes a few relatively simple happiness tips that are often overlooked. Read more … HERE
One of the most significant contributors to happiness and wellbeing is the quality of our relationships; which is why this article, from the Guardian, is well worth reading. You can find “Face to face, hip to hip friendships help us live longer” … HERE
And Marcel Schwantes, in Inc.com, argues that “Science Says Your Overall Happiness Comes Down to 3 Timeless Strategies”. Want to learn what they are? Read more … HERE
And finally, in a slightly longer and broader article, but one well worth recommending, British academic Professor Paul Bloom provides a great summary of “How Psychology Has Changed Our Minds” in Time magazine. You can read it in full … HERE
I hope you find these articles interesting and useful, and I hope you’ve learned something about happiness or at least been reminded of something you knew but had forgotten about. Keep striving for happiness and a good life!