Create And Treasure Little Moments Of Contentment

Create And Treasure Little Moments Of Contentment

You can proactively work to create and treasure little moments of contentment every day. Small moments in which you are able to indulge in feelings of satisfaction and happiness are to be cherished. These little joys throughout your day can become more prominent in your life as you begin to notice and embrace them. Soon,…

Notice The Good Feelings

Notice The Good Feelings

Learning to notice the good feelings will require proactive measures and determination. I fully believe that taming your negativity can go far toward enhancing your satisfaction. Another way to do this is to pay attention during times when you do feel thankful and satisfied. As I’ve shared in past posts, our brains are wired to…

Being At Peace With What You Can’t Change Creates Contentment

Being At Peace With What You Can’t Change Creates Contentment

Being at peace with what you can’t change creates contentment because what can you do when something is frustrating, yet you know it can’t be changed? Accepting these things is much easier said than done. However, there are some steps you can take to work toward being at peace with what you can’t change. Once…

The Connection Between Complaining And Depression

The Connection Between Complaining And Depression

The connection between complaining and depression are linked just like science shows us what complaining does to your brain because that constant negative thinking creates neural pathways within your brain to more readily support those kinds of thought patterns, making it easier to fall into a habit of this type of thinking. Once that kind…

There’s Power In Taking Charge & Initiating Change

There’s Power In Taking Charge & Initiating Change

The direction toward taking charge and initiating change in your life can help you go from complaining to contentment. It just takes some practice and dedication on your part. The power in taking personal responsibility for your complaints entails owning your actions rather than griping for the sake of hearing yourself vent. The idea of…