How To Be Happy

Happiness has demonstrated health benefits, including decreased risk of heart disease and stroke, and there is scientific evidence that happiness is more than just the absence of sadness or depression. Indeed, there is considerable evidence that we have a great deal of control over our happiness levels.

Written to be your choice of a quick skim or a long read, this compilation piece from the New York Times details great ideas to get more happiness. Take your time to read through it all, or just start with a quick browse through the headings. Information from numerous studies forms the base for these practical recommendations to help improve mental health boost happiness at home and work, around money matters, in relationships, and enjoy improved overall quality of life.

Read the article How To Be Happy to find the happiness options that will work best for you!

 

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