Happiness isn’t easy to find. Where do you go to find happiness? This article would be a good place to start if you ask me. Henrik Edberg writes on many things, but as the name of his blog states he focuses a lot on positivity and happiness. This is a back to basics article about all of the things he has learned over the years on the subject. Why not learn from one of the best on the subject who has been studying happiness himself. One of the smart habits talks about creating a positive environment around positive people.
2. Cultivate and live in a positive environment.
Who you choose to spend your time with and the input you get from further away like the TV, the internet and magazines will have a huge effect on your outlook.
To be able to stay positive it is essential to have influences in your life that support you and lift you up instead of dragging you down.
So carefully consider what you let into your mind.
You can for example ask yourself:
- Who are the 3 most negative people I spend time with?
- What are the 3 of most negative sources of information I spend time on?
Consider the answers. Then think about how you can start spending less time with one of those people or information sources this week.
How to Stay Positive: 11 Smart Habits (Positivity Blog)