Archive | Happiness

You Don’t Need Positive Emotions to Be Happy

The secret to happiness isn’t keeping your head stuffed with rainbows and unicorns all the time, according to a new study. It’s leaning into emotions—even so-called negative ones—that line up with your values. If you can figure out what you most want to feel, and revel in those feelings when they arrive, you’ll be…Read more… […]

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Let Kids Be Bored, Already

Every parent hates hearing the dreaded “I’m bored,” from their child. A natural instinct might be to fill their schedule, but boredom has many benefits. Emma Seppala, author of The Happiness Track, wrote about bad advice parents give their kids, such as “Stay busy.” She recommends encouraging your child to have fun…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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The Sunday Blues Are All in Your Head

Sage receptionists and break-room philosophers have long taught that every day has its own emotion. Your week progresses from a case of the Mondays through Wednesday Hump Days to Thank God It’s Fridays, looping around to the Sunday Blues, also known as the Sunday Scaries or the Sunday Sads. You survive that weekend…Read more… Continue […]

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The Sunday Blues Are All in Your Head

Sage receptionists and break-room philosophers have long taught that every day has its own emotion. Your week progresses from a case of the Mondays through Wednesday Hump Days to Thank God It’s Fridays, looping around to the Sunday Blues, also known as the Sunday Scaries or the Sunday Sads. You survive that weekend…Read more… Continue […]

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What The Great British Bake Off Can Teach Us About Flow

If you are a fan of The Great British Bake Off, you have most likely noticed an all-encompassing sense of calm that pervades the program and soothes the viewer. Unlike other cooking shows, the contestants aren’t “here to win,” they’re here to bake, and maybe even make friends.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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smle – Happiness (Feat. Helen Tess)

2017 has been a busy year so far for Miami-based duo smle. The project’s indie-leaning future bass sound has garnered the two producers a massive following in the last couple of months, courtesy of their back-to-back releases that they’ve been dishing out since this past February. The pair entered the year with their highly-accessible original release, “Overflow,” […]

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