Getting Your Mojo Back


British author and founder of The Happiness Project, Robert Holden wrote that “Happiness is a most confronting inquiry because it challenges you to be honest about everything, including unhappiness. The truth is, you can’t be truly happy and be dishonest about your unhappiness.”

Most of us would probably blanch at the suggestion that we are dishonest on a daily basis. But, consider: when someone asks you, “How are you?” how truthful is your answer? We probably reply, “Fine.” Or, “Good.” And then we might quickly ask, “And how are you?” To which we usually receive a similarly superficial response.

Tuesday, 03 June 2014

Happiness Tips - Page 1


Some people begin their day feeling clear and focused, but struggle to maintain that momentum beyond late morning. Also common is the mid-afternoon slump, which happens for many people at around 3.00 pm. These are good times to take a balance break.

Tuesday, 20 May 2014

Happiness Tips - Page 2


Emotional balance is central to our experience of wholeness and well-being in daily life. For most people emotional experience is a roller coaster ride of ups, downs, and sudden turns. The fortunate few experience a stable base of contentment and peace that serves as a foundation for a more balanced life experience.

Wednesday, 21 May 2014