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6 Simple Ways to Increase Happiness


People say happiness is the elusive butterfly – you can run around it but you will never catch it. Then you sit calmly and it comes and rests on your palm. We all have different ideas about happiness. Often we are so busy looking at ways to be as happy as the next person, without even knowing the burden of ... Read More »

7 Things Happy Couples Do Differently


All intimate relationships are made of a balanced winning recipe of trust, honesty and attraction. Happy couples do all this and even more, just like magic dust, to keep their love thriving and the flame burning for a very long time to come. The one thing all couples should remember is that love is not about finding the right person, ... Read More »

5 Crutial Elements That Affect Your Life


It is said that fish kept in your house absorbs the negative energy from your surroundings. In the same context, it is also said that a feng shui plant is a good luck charm for prosperity. You might have heard of the typical, plump-looking Laughing Buddha being as symbol of happiness, especially when given as a gift to someone. Then ... Read More »

Happiness – Choice or Circumstances?

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“Most folks are as happy as they make up their minds to be!”  Abraham Lincoln An elusive state of mind, yet the most sought after by each of the living mortals, happiness is something everyone yearns for. Sadly enough, only a few with the right perspectives in life manage to feel the real contentment that comes from being truly happy. ... Read More »

How to Make 2013 Kick Much Ass

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There’s a quote I’ve always found really interesting in the book Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy. You may have heard it before, it’s quoted pretty often: “Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy it its own way.” I’m not sure if that’s empirically true, but it fits my observation pretty well. I think Tolstoy’s point was that ... Read More »

The Formula for Happiness and Thanksgiving


It’s the evening before Thanksgiving. My husband, Joel, has been sick as a dog all day (vomiting, etc.) and I’m fairly certain our Thanksgiving tomorrow isn’t going to be a formal affair. That’s okay – I’m actually not a big one for holidays, and I’m cool just chillin’. But it’s still a bit of a bummer, so instead moping around ... Read More »