From naps to sad movies, these common everyday activities really do make us happier — in ways science can measure. Try some and feel better!
Runner's high is a real thing, but exercise can boost overall happiness for the long term, too. Get out there and get moving!
Today we found some awesome articles on habits that create long-term happiness, spending $100 a month on groceries, and survival skills for everyday life.
Fruits and vegetables are good for your mental health, too. Learn why and how you can eat more of them.
The words we say and think have a strong influence over our moods and emotions. Harness their power to gain (and spread) more happiness in your life.
Being happy with what you have is not about settling. It's about identifying what really matters to you, and then finding it in your life.
Need a quick mood boost? No matter where you are or what's got you down, you're sure to find a pick me up in this big list of small joys.
Discover how one technique can help you move forward, joyfully.
Science shows that good partnerships are correlated with overall happiness, and working on this one thing can make your relationship even better.
Feeling off kilter? Out of whack? A step behind? Try these balancing tricks refocus on the things that really matter.
How you spend your money has a surprising impact on overall life satisfaction. Read this to spend happier!
More money will make us happier — up to a point. After that, it's up to us to build meaningful, happiness-filled lives. Here are some tips on how you can do that.
Today we found some awesome articles on finding happiness in what you already have, eco-friendly wedding DIYs, and times it's OK to be cheap.
Always feeling like you want something is not the key to a joyful life. Learn how to curb the urge to acquire and achieve the happiness you deserve.
Making other people happy is great! Here are some easy, low- or no-cost ways to bring a smile to someone else's face — and to yours.
You really can be happier this year, thanks to these scientifically proven tricks.
What's the secret to financial happiness? If you answered "More Money," guess again.
Givers enjoy better health, stronger social bonds, and higher levels of satisfaction than non-givers do. What's the catch? There is none. All you have to do is give.
There's no secret to happiness, but there is a formula. Develop one or more of these habits, and get happy!
Wake up on the wrong side of the bed? Take one or more of these positive, feel-good actions and watch the day brighten.
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