How to Do Nothing and Feel Everything
Do nothing, feel everything. As a person that is always GO, GO, GO, Iâ€™ve learned to embrace those moments of doing nothing and have started to schedule them into my life. When youâ€™re always on the go, you forget to stop and smell the roses…
A Little Romance
Anyone that’s ever been in a long-term relationship understands the comfort you feel with one another after a while. I know everyone freaks out over the idea of becoming “comfortable” in a relationship, but it’s not necessarily a bad thing. Don’t you want someone that you’re comfortable with?
The Joy You Feel
Acknowledge when you feel joy. It could be as simple as a quote on a tea bag that makes you feel joy, but itâ€™s important to be conscious of the things that make you feel this way. No matter how big or small they seem, the joy you consciously feel will help shape your frame of mind for when youâ€™re in not so pleasant situations. I have come to celebrate the little things in life. I acknowledge the joy a California sunset gives me, the joy I feel when I experience nature, they joy I feel when I realize that the simplest things are all I need in life…
Don’t Forget to Laugh
Having suffered from depression Iâ€™ve learned that the faster you can acknowledge your stressors and them let them go, the happier youâ€™ll be. Sleep may help cure all sorts of things that ail you, but laughter is really the best medicine.
Color Me Happy
If youâ€™ve ever taken a basic psychology class, one of the chapters always covers colors and how the mind perceives them. I remember sitting in this class in college and discussing why we connect with some colors, what feelings certain colors evoke, and why some people have an opposite reaction to them. I, myself, was completely adverse to warm colors. Yellow, Orange, and Red? Please get me out of this room! They made me anxious and uncomfortable. But when you think about those colors, they are normally associated with sunshine, happiness, love… It was good to learn though, that I wasnâ€™t the only person who had the opposite reaction to these colors.