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Happiness is a journey rather than a destination. It’s not a place we arrive at and then feel happy forever. It fluctuates. Sometimes we will feel happy and sometimes we won’t. It’s a fact of life. However, there are things that you can do to boost your happiness and experience it more often.


Living a healthy lifestyle helps to build and maintain a healthy mind. A healthy mind is a happy mind. So, look at your diet and exercise to see where you can make improvements to boost your wellbeing.


Creating daily habits can raise your vibration higher and higher, introducing more happiness to your life. So, when you wake up each morning you could start the day by standing in front of a mirror and saying something you like about yourself. Or you can switch that up by repeating a positive affirmation such as “each day I feel happier”.


Choosing to live your life in a positive way is something to embrace. Even if you don’t feel very positive, do your best to make an effort to give it a go. Compliment people, smile, say hello to strangers, look at positive news stories and do everything you can to give your happiness a boost.


Talking to people can help you offload but also soak up other people’s positivity. It could be family, friends, colleagues or someone else. But finding a trusted person to talk to can really be a boost.


Sticking with the theme of talking, seeing a therapist is something you may also want to try. A counsellor or hypnotherapist can help you work through your problems, address challenges you are experiencing, and ultimately feel happier.


So, yes, it is possible to feel happier more often. It takes time and effort, but you will get there.

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