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In this age where we set far too many goals and strive harder for them, the little joys in life seem to have no value. Gone are the days where even little things could make your day. Today, behind computer screens and phone texts, what we are losing out on are simple joys of life. This is exactly why our happiness meter seems to be on an all-time low. But it is never too late, is it?
Take a breath, relax and let us tell you ways to boost your happiness meter. No conditions, no costs, no restrictions- just sheer happiness.
#1 Singing your favorite song aloud
Adulting makes you embarrassed of the things you love doing. Raise your happiness meter by bravely singing aloud your favorite song or songs. Let no one have the power to shame you for that croaking voice!
#2 Playing with your pet
If you have a pet at home, make sure you give time to your little friend. In your busy schedule, take out a few minutes to just play around with them. This will not only keep you active but happy as well.
#3 Having nice long chat with your best friend
Nobody else knows how big an ass you are as much as your friend. So go on, make that call to him/her, speak your heart out, float over old memories and basically rewind back in time. Happiness meter boosting is sure to happen!
#4 Dressing up for nobody- Happiness Meter loader!
Get that amazing party wear out, put it on, wear some make-up and go out to slay. No, you don’t need to do it for anybody but yourself. When you look good in your own eyes, your confidence is sure to spread some glitter!
#5 Listening to your favorite music
Music has the power to heal and change your mood. So be it romantic ghazals or rock beats, make sure to give music a chance to boost your happiness meter.
#6 Relax and laze around
Once in a while, let those dirty clothes remain unwashed, let the kitchen sink be full, don’t worry about those deadlines at work and just sit. Relax. Be lazy. You have just one life and if you can’t laze around a bit in that, have you really enjoyed?
Ting ting, time to be happy y’all!