Sometimes we get so busy and goal-oriented in life that we forget to be grateful for what we have instead of worrying about what we don’t. An important part of being happy is the ability to focus on what’s going right as well as the simple wonders in the world: A sunset, a tree, a child, ourselves, our ability to have a kind conversation with someone or the fact we’re alive and breathing. What are you grateful for today?
A lot of people think money is the most important element of being happy. While it’s important to be able to cover your bills and basic needs, money doesn’t make you happier because it doesn’t fulfill psychological needs beyond basic safety or comfort. No amount of money can heal the hurts you carry inside. Thankfully, you can choose to begin healing yourself at any time, with or without money.
The way to achieve positive self-esteem is to do the things in life that really mean something to you. Each time you do something meaningful you experience success and feel great about yourself. Even when things don't go well you still feel positive because you're following your true path in life. Self-esteem comes from doing the things you love and realizing how wonderful you are along the way.
It’s easy to become overwhelmed or overloaded if you try to do too many things at once. A positive way to be more happy is to keep things simple by working on one task at a time. Finish that task and then move on to the next. Congratulate yourself along the way.
A lot of people go through life as if they're unconscious. They think and act the way they always have, do the things they've always done and then they're surprised when they don't get along with others or negative things happen.
The key to being happy in life is to be aware of your actions rather than always assuming that the results you get are because of what other people do. Once you understand how your actions affect you and the people around you and you'll live a more conscious and balanced life.