Studies show Americans are getting more and more miserable. Go against the trend and use these apps to put a smile on your face and enjoy life a bit more.
There is something about the human condition that lets us question our own lives. If you look at the birds, squirrels, or even bugs, they aren't thinking about why they exist; they are just existing. While being able to ponder our own existence has led to some surprising discoveries and inventions, it can lead to unhappiness and stress. Too often we find ourselves, victims of the happiness wheel, aka the happiness cycle; At first, you are on top of the world. Then 10 seconds later, you are getting crushed by the wheel and it is hard to even get out of bed. So it is about time to start reclaiming happiness. The first step is to recognize you are in control of your happiness. It's certainly not your fault for all of the bad things that happen. If you are walking down the sidewalk and get hit by a car, it's not your fault, but you are responsible for your own life and how you respond to the event. After realizing you are responsible for your own happiness, the next step is to start being happy. Some great apps can help with this process from gratitude journals, to stress relief or just a positive news app. All of these apps are a great way to put a smile on your face, enjoy life just a bit more, and own your own happiness.
The next tip for happiness in daily life is to take time to create a happiness plan. The day can keep you so busy running around that you are continuously thinking about what to do next, and at the end of the day, you are exhausted and miserable. To find time throughout the day use a happiness planner app, apps like Happify or Track Your Happiness will send you notifications throughout the day to remind you to take a few breaths and remember what you are grateful for at that moment. There have been lots of studies that show if you remember and record what you are happy about; You start to become happier. Being happy isn't just for the nice for people around you; Being happy helps you stay healthy. People who identified as "happy people" have less stress-related symptoms than those who don't.
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