What’s really matter
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A bigger house
A nicer car
A better job
More exciting hobbies
More exciting vacations
A hotter partner
While all of these things can certainly make life more enjoyable, they are not necessary for happiness. In fact, chasing after these things can actually make you less happy in the long run. Here are a few things you can do to be happier in life without needing to change much (or anything) about your current situation:
1. Give yourself time to relax and rejuvenate
All too often, we are so busy chasing after goals and deadlines that we never take the time to stop and relax. This can lead to increased stress levels and a general feeling of unhappiness. Make sure to schedule in time for yourself each week — even if it’s just 10–15 minutes — to do something that you enjoy. Whether it’s reading, meditation, taking a nature walk, or simply sitting in silence, taking some time for yourself each day can help you to feel more relaxed and happy.
2. Connect with loved ones
Human beings are social animals, and we are happiest when we are connected to others. Make sure to spend time with loved ones — whether it’s your partner, family, or friends — and enjoy quality conversation and connection. These interactions can help to boost your mood and make you happier overall.
3. Appreciate the simple things
When we are busy chasing after bigger and better things, we often forget to appreciate the simple things in life. However, it is these simple things that can bring us the most joy. Take time each day to appreciate the beauty of nature, a loved one’s smile, a good cup of coffee, or a sunset. These small moments are what make life special.
4. Do something kind for someone else
Helping others makes us happy. Whether it’s volunteering your time, donating to a good cause, or simply doing something nice for a friend, doing something kind for someone else can make you feel good and happy.
5. Live in the present
Too often, we spend our time worrying about the past or the future. This can lead to a lot of unnecessary stress and unhappiness. Instead, try to focus on the present moment and enjoy the present moment for what it is. This can be difficult to do, but with practice, it can be a valuable way to live a happier life.
What’s really matter
There are a lot of things in life that people feel strongly about. There are the things that we all know are important, like having a roof over our heads and food on the table. But then there are the things that we each feel differently about, like what kind of job we want, or how we want to spend our free time.
For a long time, I was really focused on the things that I thought were important — like having a successful career and a nice house. But over time, I’ve realized that there are a lot of things that really matter in life, and that the things I used to think were so important, don’t actually mean that much to me.
Family and friends are a big part of what matter to me. I’ve learned that I don’t need a lot of things to be happy — I just need to be surrounded by the people I love. And I’ve also learned that it’s important to do things that I enjoy, and that make me happy, even if they don’t necessarily fit into what someone might consider to be a “normal” life.
So what matters to you? What are the things that are important to you, and that you feel strongly about? It’s important to figure that out, and to focus on those things, because they’re the things that are really going to make a difference in your life.
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CONTRIBUTED BY Mohammed Machraoui
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