We are on a constant quest for more time; I think we just need to find more time to do nothing.
Somewhere, somehow, we’ve lost the ability to give without expecting something in return.
The social ideals we have about what brings us happiness are wrong.
I think the way we become better people is by failing and learning from it.
Understanding the full complexity of our sadness will allow us to begin to heal and work towards finding our happy again.
Being grateful is contagious and helps us live our happiest lives.
We’re told from a young age, “There is no ‘I’ in team.” Why, then, does our society glorify a select few for the success of an entire team?
There is something about the smells of a kitchen that put a smile on my face!
How have we gotten to be so addicted to our devices?
I finally got around to brewing some beer for the first time in over half a year.
We can choose to let life crush us or to laugh in its face. I choose laughter.
The positive benefits on your psyche by just getting out of your routine and doing something for yourself are undeniable.
What makes us so dedicated to perfect ideals of what life should be?
Do you know what makes you happy? If so, why not spend more time doing those things?
Whether you prefer to listen to music or create it, I believe music could be added to the list of things people can utilize in order to maintain mental health.