7 Self-Reflection Questions to Create Your Own Happiness This Year
Instead of setting resolutions, I pondered a few questions to help me create my own happiness this year based on what matters most to me.
«6. What are three actions you’ll take to achieve each of these goals?»
More from Tiny Buddha
10 Ways to Slow Down and Still Get Things Done
You can slow down in your every day life and still get things done. This guide will help you be mindful without decreasing your productivity.
«Small changes throughout your day can slow down your pace without killing your productivity. Go ahead and keep getting things done. Just remember you don’t need to do it all in a panicked state of stress. If you find a more peaceful process, you’ll likely be both happier and more effective.»
40 Ways to Let Go and Feel Less Pain
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«Many times when you’re angry, you focus on what someone else did that was wrong, which essentially gives away your power. When you focus on what you could have done better, you often feel empowered and less bitter.»
How I Changed My Perspective When I Was Too Angry to Be Grateful
After the earthquake I felt grief and guilt, but underneath I felt angry because lives could have been saved. Here’s why I now feel grateful.
«So I wonder: Is it possible to transform the rage that is harming me inside into something else without losing the desire to fight for change?»
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