The Pursuit of Happyness

70 days of lockdown have left indelible scars that each of us has to deal with. The worst evil that has unfortunately left on us are a sense of helplessness, despair and mistrust. That’s why finding the ability to see the glass half full and letting go of optimism becomes an exercise that we should all undergo. How? Through 8 simple rules of life that will make us more aware and happy.


1. Desires and Dreams

There is nothing wrong or incorrect with wishing or dreaming. It isn’t a process that leads to illusion, but more to an emotional state that influences the normal behavior of neurons. Daydreaming awakens our energy and allows us to maintain enthusiasm, as well as stimulate the cell regeneration process.

2. The Great Beauty of Waiting

There is no more negative process than wanting everything immediately, even if in a fast and immediate society like ours it’s inevitable to fall into a trap. In work, in social relationships, in love… we expect results or developments to be immediate. This generates frustration and consequently stress. Knowing how to wait instead not only increases us as people, but allows us to develop a broader strategy vision that in the long run can lead to the acquisition of new skills. It isn’t standing still, it’s preparing to seize the moment.

3. Self-Esteem, our Best Friend

Having self-esteem par excellence means being optimism. This is because by believing in yourself and in your own abilities you aren’t at the mercy of the thought or judgment of others. Looking at what surrounds us by drawing from it with inspiration and not envy helps in the process of seeking self-esteem. Fighting against your fears, admitting and overcoming them allows you to identify and strengthen your qualities. We all have vices and virtues, we just have to find the courage to stop and see them and not be afraid to make mistakes.

4. In Search of Balance

Sometimes a life isn’t enough to find it, but embarking on the path of harmony certainly puts the compass of happiness in your hands.

5. Meritocracy, the Art of Success

It may seem easier to meet expectations, to let go in case of defeat or failure. Or play the role of the victim. But the real and only success, be it in sport or in life, is achieved only by putting positive resources in mind. How? By cultivating one’s tenacity and never giving up. You win together, you lose alone. The key of happiness.

6. The Power of Imagination

Always considered a characteristic of the age of childhood, imagination is rather the most powerful weapon for the realization of its objectives. If we can think it, we can do it. A simple exercise to train it? Close your eyes, visualize your goals and desires, organize your thoughts and project yourself into the future. What you see is yours, it’s there waiting for you to be made.

7. Don’t be Afraid of Change

There is no more terrifying word in the world than “change”. Fought, hindered and feared in reality it hides in itself the possibility of not only being a limit, but the door for infinite opportunities. Accepting and understanding change is what gives us the strength to be proactive and opens our mind to the future.

8. Learn to be Grateful

On my journal I usually write down a reason why I’m grateful every week. This simple and banal exercise contains the ability to decrease stress, fight depression, improve sleep. It also affects health and longevity in a positive way.
Gratitude is the simplest motivation that exists, the one who by putting positive energy into circulation manages to increase trust in things and the strength to plan our future with happiness.


To start to live with less fear and more optimism, with less anxiety and more harmony, I leave you a little exercise created on 8 points of which today we talked. You can download it for free HERE, to discover happiness.
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38 thoughts on “The Pursuit of Happyness

  1. I love this post!! There are some really good ideas and this is such a positive message for all too x

  2. These are some really great tips and a good thought-provoking post. Everyone has their own ways to achieve happiness, and this is a good start

  3. I think don’t be afraid of change is one of the most important parts of happiness. You do not know what’s going to come or what will happen. You have to be prepared for change or you can’t be happy.

  4. Great points! I am working on finding balance, a major focus for me in 2020. A balance between work and my personal life, a balance between productivity (both work and home) and fun, a balance between family time and time out with my friends… it’s all so important! This is one area of my life that I know was completely disregarded in the past and therefore was the key to finding a new level of happiness in my life today.

  5. Excellent reminder to mindfully seek out happiness. We are in such a weird and dark place right now, it’s easy to get sucked into the negativity.

  6. Happiness never comes to you..indeed you have to find it… it is everywhere in every single thing..and totally agree with all of your ideas and these 8 steps…they are really very helpful and important…Thanks for sharing….

  7. Finding happiness can get you through some many times, the ups and the downs. Especially learning to be grateful is a huge help in finding happiness.

  8. Such an introspective post…these are great thoughts you have. Thank you for sharing your tips on finding happiness…it’s definitely a timely post that I’m sure so many can appreciate during such uncertain times.

  9. your post looks is veryI love that all the variables that you referenced are inner, not dependant on anybody but rather oneself, can’t concur more.

  10. I have to learn how to be grateful if sometimes difficult for me to do it. Not because I don’t want to it is because I forgot. Sometimes we focus more on our negative side of things and we have to stop doing that.

  11. Oh I love this post on discovering happiness in 8 steps. This is needed during this time. I’m definitely going to use these. Especially being grateful! I’m so Thankful for my job but it stresses me out sometimes 😫 and I find myself complaining. I will use these 8 steps going forward. Thanks for sharing this post!

  12. Hi it’s Brenda from Having a thankfulness journal has really helped me tune into what’s great about my life, even when I feel my life has nothing great in it.

    1. It’s good to be happy and positive in all situations. Totally agree we should learn from a child to imagine. I see my toddler creates his own things while role play and doesn’t even need toys for that. So grateful for this post

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