In celebration of the Internal Happiness Day we mustn’t forget that happiness comes from within. It’s definitely easier to put blame on an event or somebody else for feeling a certain way, but truth is seeing things that way doesn’t help us one bit.
It’s our own responsibility to let go of those grudges and make ourselves happy, you know? And while we’re at it, make the ones around you happy as well. We get the most joy from doing nice things for others, help out a friend or even a stranger.
No matter our background or circumstance, there’s nothing wrong about wanting to be a little happier. We only have one life to live so we better make the best out of it, and that should start today as tomorrow might be too late.
Let’s all try and be a little more happier today and from now on, shall we? Here’s 1o ways that will definitely improve your happiness…
I haven’t baked in a very long time, possibly since Christmas, mostly because I’ve been on a health kick and trying to cut down on sugar and carbs. This doesn’t mean I have been successful at it, because I can’t go without having a piece of chocolate here and there and a dessert when dining out. Ha!
This weekend I broke my “baking fast” and whipped up something nice to go with tea. I had quite a few organic bananas going overripe, and even though I’d been (unsuccessfully) telling the husband to eat them, they were starting to turn very spotty for my taste.
What’s the better way to use up very ripe bananas? A banana loaf! This easy recipe benefits from not using milk at all, as the mashed bananas already give it a moist consistency.
International Happiness Day is just a few days away, on Friday 20th March! I’m all for creating a positive life for you and the ones around you every single day. But if there is a day to remind us that we all should make an effort to be and make others a little happier no matter the circumstances, I find that awesome.
What are you doing to celebrate this day in style, ladies?
Unfortunately I’ll be spending the day at work, but definitely with a happier mindset. And by the time I get out, I’ll be heading down to St Christopher’s Place where a ‘Happiness Hub’ is taking place. Sounds like a good plan, don’t you think?