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A 69-year-old monk who scientists call the 'world's happiest man' says the secret to being happy takes just 15 minutes per day

Who is the happiest man in the world?

If you Google it, the name “Matthieu Ricard” pops up.

Matthieu Ricard, 69, is a Tibetan Buddhist monk who has been called “the world’s happiest man.” 778 more words

Mindful Living

Time to Allow yourself to be happy and proud of your progress

Too often we are hard on ourselves and feel bad about our lack of progress. We feel guilty that we’ve missed a couple of workouts, or that our progress on our goal has stalled, or that we slipped up and ate some really fattening stuff. 331 more words

Mental Health

What Does Procrastination Do To Your Happiness?

In September 2014, two British professors wanted to find out what happens when students do not hand over their assignments on time. Their study threw up an alarming surprise, which, if the students knew, would make them give up procrastination forever. 1,513 more words


How Reward Yourself Without Spending a Lot

When you’ve accomplished a goal or mini-goal, you should celebrate and reward yourself . However, if you do this often enough, and your rewards cost a lot, you’ll soon go broke. 180 more words


Stop Trying to Fix Yourself and Start Enjoying Your Life

“You think that the goal is to be over there, and we say the goal is the journey over there; the goal is the fun you have along the way on your way to over there.” ~Abraham… 828 more words

Mindful Living

Happiness fact 19: 66 days to form new habits

66 days is, according to Lally in 2013,  the average time to form an automatic behavior.

Define your new habits and stick to it.

Do not get discouraged if you loose some “steam” after a week. 25 more words

Authentic Happiness

10 Surprisingly Simple Happiness Tips

Tell the truth, avoid narcissists, and stay focused on the future.

Dec 29, 2015  Linda Esposito LCSW 

We all want to be happy. Our search leads us to seek advice from mental health professionals, clergy, best-selling authors, and Buddhist monks. 1,008 more words