12 Things Happy People Do…

12 Things Happy People Do...
12 Things Happy People Do...

Why do some people seem to achieve happiness easier than others? Here are a few things that happy people do differently.

Be happy for others

When something good happens to other people, a happy person doesn’t secretly resent or feel jealous of someone else’s success. They genuinely feel happiness for that person. What goes around comes around so be happy for others. You will have a turn.

Let go of grudges

Happy people know that forgiveness is the healthier option. Harboring hatred for another will only poison you slowly. Learning to let things go keeps the mind, body, and soul in a tranquil place.

Don’t sweat the small stuff

A positive person will not get all bent out of shape over common mishaps. If something is small, it needs to stay small. Save your energy for when life really does gets hard, and figure out ways to handle it in a positive light.

Problems vs. Challenges

Positive or happy people will choose to see struggles as a challenge not the end of the world. Pesky problems become a puzzle they must solve. The more puzzles we solve, the wiser and happier we become.

Live in the present

Positive people live life in the moment. They do not replay bad events by residing in the past or plan so far into the future they ignore the present. They know that living in the NOW and taking time to stop and smell the roses brings real happiness.

Failure vs Quitting

Failure is just a part of the journey on the road to success. Happy people keep going even after they fail. Quitting is “the end” so keep going no matter what.

Accept responsibility for your actions

Happy people know that making excuses will never allow them to grow. When something goes wrong look to make necessary changes, not fault others for their circumstances.

Practice self-control

How many times have we said something in anger then wish we could take it back? Strive to keep your cool even under pressure. The old saying “think before you speak” is good advice. Don’t allow emotions to cloud your judgment or rattle your self-control.

Avoid gossip

A happy person doesn’t need to “stir the pot”. They avoid drama and stay away from those who gossip about others. Nothing good can come from negative behavior except perhaps to serve as a horrible warning. Don’t be “that” person.

Don’t compare yourself to others

Each person is different for perfectly good reasons. Strive toward your individual goals, and don’t feel the need to keep up with the Jones’. Be
content with yourself.

Content with what you have

When you are thankful for what you have, you will never feel lacking. Materialism can be a trap and happy people know how to avoid those snares.
Be grateful for everything.

Take care of yourself

Eating right and exercising on a regular basis will keep you at your best. When you feel good, you live a much happier life.

It’s never too late to live the life you want. Time to become a “HAPPY” person!