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15 Simple Steps to Having the Happiest Year Ever

Well, the holidays are over the presents are all unwrapped and the credit card bills are starting to roll in.

And as we step into the New Year I’m sure a lot of you out there have a whole list of resolutions you’re just dying to get started on.
So today I wanted to take a step back and focus on one very important goal I might have over looked in my series on New Years resolutions.

That’s simply being Happy. No matter what your goals for the New Year might be at the end of the day they all share one very simple common denominator. You want to be happier.

Quitting smoking, getting back to your ideal weight, having the best sex ever even the notion of eating healthier all offer the same end result. That is – if you can accomplish those tasks you’ll become a happier person in the process.

With that in mind, today I thought I’d run down a quick list of tricks you can use to banish bad feelings and bring the simple pleasure of life back to the forefront of your mind.

Because stress is a killer my friend – but fortunately, happiness is the cure. And it’s really not all that hard to come by.

You don’t need to accomplish all your lofty goals or even make all your resolutions a reality to be truly happy and stress free. So here we go…

15 Tips to Help You Banish the Blues and Live Happier in 2007:

1) Focus – you can only do one thing at a time effectively, so this year try to cut back on the multi-tasking. It doesn’t matter what you’re doing, focus on the task at hand and relish in the fact that you’re getting it done and done right. A recent study conducted by Duke University actually found that people who multi-task are more likely to suffer from high blood pressure.

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2) Whistle while you work – music does a lot more than just soothe the savage beast. Studies have shown that music stimulates the part of the brain that makes us happy. So the next time you’re neck deep in something you’d rather not be doing turn on a little music – and if there’s no radio around then just take my advice and whistle.

3) Live in the here and now – don’t worry about unpaid bills or the fact that your in-laws are coming to stay with you for a month. Live in the moment and deal with the problems you can’t fix when their time comes.

4) Smells so sweet – research has shown us that the soothing benefits of aromatherapy are the real deal. So next time you’re out try grabbing a few sweet smelling candles or maybe even one of those plug in air fresheners – and just sit back and smile.

5) Lose touch – even if only for a week. If you’re anything like my Aunt M. watching the news makes her blood boil. So if the stress of life is feeling like it might drive you insane try tuning out for a week – ignore the daily paper and skip the evening news for a while and use that time to do something that makes you happy.

6) Bust a gut – laughing that is. Laughing releases pleasure inducing endorphins and lowers your body’s production of the hormones that cause you stress. So make it a point to watch funny movies or maybe now since you’re skipping the news portion of your paper you can use that time to read the comics. And when something is funny don’t be afraid to laugh out loud.

7) NO – it’s one of the easiest words to pronounce. Typically it’s one of the first words a child learns but so many of us have a problem saying it to others when they ask us for something. Well don’t – if you don’t have time to help your brother–in-law move or drive him to the air port just tell him, “No I’d love to help but I just don’t have time this week” if they’re really your friend they’ll understand.

8) Walk your dog – there are numerous studies that point to the stress relieving benefits of having pets. Couple that with a nice brisk walk around the neighborhood with mans best friend and you have a sure fire recipe for instant happiness.

9) Exercise – its better for relieving stress than any drug man has ever invented. When you exercise vigorously your body releases pleasure inducing endorphins that can have an amazing up-lifting effect on your mood.

10) Sex – even though its number ten on my count down good old sex is first in all of our hearts. There’s nothing like an energetic round of sex to put a smile on your face and make everything seem right in the world. And the best part is you get to put a smile on someone else’s face in the process!

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11) That’s what friends are for
– to make our days brighter and our lives easier. So make sure to give priority to the people in your life that make you truly happy. A recent study conducted on both men and women found that the participants that had a good group of supportive friends in their corner were more likely to have lower blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and blood sugar.

12) The spiritual side – church is a great place to go to find your center when the trials of life start dragging you down. It good for the soul to remind yourself from time to time that the world needs you in it – and if you’re not an overly religious person try finding solace in a park or a museum or any place quiet that appeals to you.

13) Get involved – you can volunteer at your local hospital, church or any local charity. Helping those less fortunate than you not only feels great – but it’s also a good reminder that sometimes our own problems aren’t nearly as bad as they might seem.

14) Keep it clean – my Jiu-Jitsu instructor always used to stress the importance of a clean house for a calm soul. And he was right – it’s almost impossible to truly relax when your house is in shambles, none of your socks match and there’s a stack of newspapers from floor to ceiling sitting in the garage. So clean it up – cleaning in of itself is very therapeutic but on top of that the satisfaction of living in a clean orderly house will put a smile on your face from ear to ear.

15) Always give thanks – so you’ve tried every trick in the book and you just can’t seem to get happy no matter how hard you try. We’ve all had one of those days. But no matter how bad things get – no matter how much stress is piled on you, you have a lot to be thankful for.

So if even if you’re having the worst day ever – take time everyday to remind yourself of all the things you have to be thankful for. I know it sounds like a speech from your mom but trust me it works.

If you actually sat down and put pen to paper you’d realize you have a lot of things in this world to be grateful for – friends, family, your health and you’ve always got me in your corner.

Try a few of these tips out for yourself and you’ll see. I bet you’ll be smiling before you even know what hit you.

Stay Healthy!

Louis Hart
Best Life Herbals
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