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Looking for some ways to take control of your happiness?
We are all unhappy creatures at times. The World Happiness reports that over 1 billion adults suffer from anxiety, depression, or other mental afflictions. BUT…unhappiness, like everything else, is temporary. WE can feel better physically and BE HAPPY RIGHT NOW! These five simple ways to take control of your happiness are a great place to get started.

1. FOCUS on AWARENESS of the Moment and Have GRATITUDE for What You Have and Another Day

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Minds that wander tend to think about unpleasant things causing unhappiness. Being mindful of the very moment at hand and focusing on what we do have, can create an air of immediate gratefulness.

2. SMILE and Be OPTIMISTIC!!

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Research shows that when we smile and have a positive outlook on life that we naturally feel better. Even if you don’t feel like smiling if you fake it you will make it! Smiling is also contagious and will help to create happiness in others as well.

3. GIVE BACK

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Whether it's to people, animals, or our planet, even simple gestures of kindness can give you an instant boost of the feel goods. No kind gesture is too small.

4. GO outside and Get Back to What’s Natural

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When we connect with nature we energize ourselves, improve our physical and mental health. Being outdoors can be inspiring, take time for a walk in the park or a hike in the woods. You’ll be happy you did. 😊

5. HUG People!!

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A good long hug has been proven to release feel good chemicals throughout our bodies, lowering stress levels and increasing positive mood balance.

As we carry on with our daily lives, remember, we ALL deserve happiness. We can be the masters of our emotions. With good intentions and actions, we can all do much to improve and increase our own joy every single day.

Rebecca Aguilar
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