... is however a reciprocal relationship that turns out to be indissoluble
When I went to school, they asked me how I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote “happy”. They told me I didn’t understand the assignment, and I told them they didn’t understand life.
Wish jar: in this article we explain how in reality it is, in addition to a fantastic living room object, an exercise to make our dreams come true and therefore be happier! There are at least two reasons for making a wish jar… Knowing what you want is the firstContinue Reading
Are early risers happier? Well yes! This is demonstrated by research conducted by a British university, particularly Roehampton University. Indeed, getting up early would help us succeed better at work and in life, making us healthier too. Lo study involved 1,068 adults in an online survey on their biorhythms, moodContinue Reading
What are you grateful for today? Scientists have found that people who feel grateful more often are also happier, get better grades, and are more satisfied in school. They also sleep better, have less pain, and don’t get sick as often.Confucius also said it but now science has proved it!Continue Reading
I present to you two types of diary. The first is the one we all know since childhood: it is the diary where we tell ourselves about the day, the emotions, the doubts, the most embarrassing secrets, the victories and the challenges. But there is another kind of diary thatContinue Reading