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Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Don't Worry, Be Happy

Great self-help advice from Kim Giles, life coach
  • Surround yourself with happy people. Stay away from complainers.
  • Start a gratitude journal and write in it daily.
  • Break out of your rut. Take risks, change habits and start doing new and interesting things.
  • Do something nice for yourself every week.
  • Set some goals.
  • Keep commitments you make to yourself so you can accomplish your goals.
  • Learn something new every week.
  • Plan something fun to look forward to.
  • Choose to trust your value isn’t on the line. You are perfectly who you are meant to be at this point in your journey. You are good enough right now.
  • Choose to trust that your life is just a classroom and every experience a lesson.
  • Don’t stress about things that are out of your control.
  • Set realistic expectations about other people’s behavior. Recognize that all bad behavior is a request for love.
  • Increase your ability to respond to your life. Read self-help books, take classes and learn better ways to handle problems. Work on your relationship skills.
  • Take some pressure off yourself. You don’t have to do everything perfectly.
  • Quit comparing yourself to other people.
  • Speak your truth. Stop holding things in that build resentment.
  • Say no and protect yourself from guilt trip obligations. If you can’t do it with a smile, don’t do it.
  • Choose to be more loving to others.
  • Listen more and talk less.
  • Find ways to show your spouse you unconditionally love him. When you choose to be more loving, it increases feelings of self-worth because you like who you are.

When you take back your power, choose happiness and create good self- worth, your relationship with your spouse will improve. This happens because when you love who you are, other people tend to love you more, too.