We all revel in a moment of good luck. We tend to believe we’re either lucky — or we’re not. But what exactly is luck, and how can you stack good luck in your favour? Incorporate these 4 simple techniques into your life now, and boost your good fortune.
Happiness and Humour
I bet you have your own memories of funny things kids say. These might be your own kids, someone else’s kids, or even your siblings. Kids certainly have a different slant on life to us adults. I hope you enjoy these opinions, misspellings, and misunderstandings.
If you love a good giggle or even a belly laugh, you’ll appreciate these puns, and misprints from church notices. Sometimes it’s easier to see the puns than it is to hear them. But try them out on your friends and see how many ‘get’ them!
The interview ranges from how limiting beliefs influence our behaviour, to what ‘truth’ really is, to the impact of fear, stress and anxiety, to some tips and pointers to deal with the negative happenings in our world at the moment. Listen up!
Do you make resolutions and goals every year, then forget all about them by mid-January? Have you struggled to embrace new habits or kick old, unwanted habits to the kerb? In this post you’ll learn how resolutions, goals, and habits work together to bring you the success you seek.
Laughing keeps you healthy — physically, emotionally and mentally. So, this post contains a variety of hilarious quotes, metaphors and plays on words, which I hope will make you laugh out loud — or at least snort into your coffee.
“The Point of Life is Happiness” - The Dalai Lama Cupping my hands I shake the dice But the dice roll out to reveal a four and a two. I was hoping for a six to get me started on the board game, No luck I’ve no choice but to wait and hope to get started on my next...
Without a sense of meaning, it can be challenging to remain in high spirits on the journey that is life. You may question why you’re even here. By find meaning in your life you’ll have a renewed sense of purpose and happiness.
Maintaining any emotional state requires focus and resolve. For example, to prolong laughter, you would keep reminding yourself of the original funny incident or joke. So how do you maintain a rotten mood?
First, you have to recognise it.
And that’s easier said than done when you seem to be fighting one losing battle after another without coming up for air. Or, when your brain seems to be going round and round in circles. But read on to learn a very effective technique.