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Be Happier πŸ˜ƒβœ¨ #tipit

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  • We all know life can be tough, but these are general ideas and tips to help minimise stress and keep little bits of happiness throughout your days

  • 1)

    Do things and tasks as you get set them or think of them.

    The more you postpone and put off those little tasks will subconsciously stress you out more than just doing them! Sometimes motivation is hard to come by to do chores but the faster you get them done the less you'll worry about it. Also, lots of little tasks built up is one big task to even think about - let alone do!

    Write a todo list in the evening for the next day to remind you of those little things that will generally make your day easier.

  • 2)

    Keep a book of 3 things you were happy about per day.

    When you're having a bad day, read through the little book and its a guaranteed lift up. If you don't write the bad things down - chances are you'll forget about them because once you're over them, they'll seem silly and not half as big as you originally thought they were! Even simple little things like 'saw a cute dog on my way to work today'. It sounds dumb but honestly the silliest of memories can just be that spark to make you smile through a 9 hour shift on a Monday!

  • 3)

    Take time for yourself.

    Set aside a small amount of time for your self per day. Even if it's a half an hour bed time routine, you'll feel better for it. Don't over indulge with this though as it makes the tougher daily tasks seem even worse! Have a bath, or spend half an hour reading your favourite book. It's a perfect way to relax after a tough day or if you do it in the morning, a way to catalyst a happy feeling throughout the day!

  • 4)

    Don't be too strict with yourself.

    If you're dieting, or in general trying to be healthy - allow yourself one cheat day a week. Fancy a take away but you're worried that it'll ruin your diet? It's been proven that one day of eating whatever you want actually makes diets work better (as you're more motivated to stick with it knowing you'll get a treat once a week!

    Also make sure you take at least one day off every 3 days of exercise. This gives a chance for your muscles to repair themselves and actually ales working out more effective!

  • Finally...


    A smile goes a long way. For yourself, and for others. Smiling at someone walking past you could really make a difference in their day, as could seeing a happy face could cheer you up! Happiness is contagious, so keeping happy company will generally make you a happier, more carefree person!

  • So there you have it.

    My top 5 ideas to living a happier, more stress free life.

    And don't worry if you do have one of those days - everyone has to once in a while! Curl up with a fluffy blanket and a hot chocolate and watch you favourite film and mope - but only for a day. Get back on your feet the next day, and you'll feel far better for it. Being busy also can distract the mind!

    Happy smiling!


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