How to Make Every Day More Joyful and Happy
Because happiness is recognized as a basic human right, the United Nations declared March 20 as the International Day of Happiness. This day is celebrated worldwide, and it’s a thoughtful initiative considering stress is a worldwide problem. So, if you’re feeling stressed or unhappy, here’s a day when you can officially put the brakes on stress and claim yourself happy and stress-free. By why stop there? Shouldn’t we feel that way all of the time, or even most of the time?
A Note About Stress
Believe it or not, stress can be both good and bad for us. Good stress can be described as the stress we feel just before a big date or when we’re trying to convince the boss that we deserve a raise. This type of stress is short-term; it gives us energy, increases adrenaline, quickens the mind and spurs us into taking action. Bad stress is chronic stress—the kind that plagues us on a daily and ongoing basis. It could come from an unhappy relationship, money worries or chronic job stress. Both good and bad stress can affect us internally and even externally, but bad stress … (keep reading).
(Just a quick note: clicking on the “keep reading” link above will take you to my article’s home on the CaliforniaPsychics.com blog.)