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The Positive Twist, week 2, ways to become happier

“30 Days to Happy”is a 30-Day program that will teach the reader multiple tailored strategies. Each day for 30 days, the reader will complete a performance-based task. This is day 2 of the 30 days.

Week 1: What Makes You Happy?

Disclaimer – There are affiliate links in this blog post. This means that if the reader clicks on a link and makes a purchase, I may be given a small commission. There is no charge to the reader. What is Happiness to you? Click here for our previous blog posts about finding happiness. Being on a long awaited vacation with people you love. Relaxing comfortably with your eyes closed, in a beautiful ski lodge in front of a crackling fire. Carefree shopping with your best friends, with no spending limit,…

Are You Going to Keep Your Resolutions?

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By Lori Spensieri This blog post contains affiliate links. This means that if you click on one of the links, I (the author) may receive a small commission. There is no cost to you. By Lori Spensieri, January 15, 2019 Hey Positive Peeps! So it is 2019. We are three weeks in. Are you a resolution maker? More importantly, are you a resolution keeper? Here at Eh! Be Positive we are big believers of bringing out the best version of “You”. The only standard that you should set should be…

Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid.

The theme this week is “Fears and Phobias”. We all have fears to face in life. Even your friend who says that he or she is afraid of nothing. We all have something of which we are afraid. Fear – an increase in the level of stimulation causing both physical reactions (increased perspiration and muscle tremors) and psychological reactions (racing thoughts, self-doubt and thoughts of impending harm). At it’s worst, a fear can enable a ‘fight or flight’ response. This is a very natural human response to feeling threatened. We either…

Spoil Your Senses (Pt.2)

Here are the 25 ways to spoil your senses. Try one or more each day in order to create more happiness in your life. Some sights, sounds, tastes, smells and sensations are universally known to make people feel good. Other ways to stimulate your senses do exist although these will be more specific to your individual preferences.  SIGHT Take time to enjoy a sunset or sunrise..and the colourful sky that comes with it. The same happy emotions can be generated by looking at other sights from nature like; flowers, a…

Week 13: Spoil Your Senses

Day 13- Spoil your Senses If you have ever noticed, people who appear happy and charismatic seem to know themselves very well. They likely have a set of idiosyncrasies, nicknames, hobbies and qualities that clearly define themselves and their personality. Have you ever spoken to someone, and asked them what they did on the weekend, and they began to delve into an adventure that would mesmerise Conan the Barbarian? Now, have you ever spoken to someone, and asked them what they did on the weekend and they say…”Nothing!”. Wow. I…

Friendship and Happiness

Day 11: Gangs, Groups and Gatherings. People are social beings. We have people in our lives that bring out our best. We also have the opposite. We are at our best when we are among a group of people with which we have something in common. We can add to the conversation, the time flies and we find ourselves smiling quite a lot. There is a universal law called “Polarity”. We will discuss this universal law and others in a future blog post.  Simply put, the polarity is the existence…

Week 8: Getting there with Gratitude!

Day 8: An Attitude of Gratitude   Do you have an attitude of gratitude? It’s not just an alliteration that rhymes. It is not a rhetorical question either. It is actually a real question. Instilling a sense of gratitude into your daily life and thoughts, as a lifestyle choice takes, a little more effort than simply saying, “Thank you,” when someone holds the door for you. It does begin with little things like that, although, it runs much deeper.   The SecretA few years ago, I bought a book called…

Week 7: The Three R’s (P. 2)

  Some people love to clean. These people are able to find a therapeutic benefit from not only the act of cleaning but they also experience another benefit. Some people actually feel a sense of accomplishment at the end result. Seeing their previously cluttered home nice and clean can actually make some feel satisfied. Tidying has a more extreme positive effect than cleaning. Tidying creates a bigger visual difference with the before and after of a room. See images of my home. I do not typically love to share my…