- Exercise more
We’ve all heard that exercise can have a dramatic impact on both our physical and mental health. But why is it so hard to continually be motivated to exercise? We all tend to put exercise into the medical category – meaning we only view it as a means of losing weight and preventing disease (which it does)! Why not try shifting your mindset to view exercise as an immediate way to brighten your mood, clear your mind, reduce stress and feel happier?!
- Get a proper nights’ sleep
Isn’t it just awful trying to go to work after having a terrible nights’ sleep? You’ll usually feel groggy, easily agitated and just fed up with everything and everyone! Getting a proper nights’ sleep is essential to a happier mind! If you’re having trouble sleeping, why not try having night magnesium before bed? << Now available in store!
- Keep in touch
It’s always easier to brush off friends and family when we have a lot on our plate. But, nourishing your relationships will make you happier! It’s been said before that relationships will give you more life satisfaction than any amount of income will!
- Head outside
It’s usually the last thing you think to do when you’re busy, but simply going outside for a stroll, some fresh air and some sunshine is a fantastic way to instantly feel happier and stress free! Check out the impact a little bit of sunshine can have on your life!
- Practise Yoga
Practising yoga is not only a great way to improve flexibility, increase your energy and become physically fit; it’s also a great way to reduce stress, improve self-esteem and most importantly, feel happier!
- Practice Gratitude
Simply be thankful. Look at what you have rather than what you don’t have. Cherish your relationships, your opportunities and your life. Always looking on the brighter side and being thankful is linked to happier moods and improved health.
If you smile at someone, they will usually smile back; thereby creating an ongoing loop bringing more positivity and happiness into your life and even someone else’s. It’s amazing what one little smile can do!