A Little Happiness

We say that all we ever want is a little happiness, but is that true?

The Demands
Life can get hectic. Very, very hectic. It can lead us down paths of frustration, fatigue, and exhaustion. It has a way of doing just that.

Between getting the kids off to school, working all day, getting a good workout in, making meals, cleaning up, and just the normal stuff of the day, all we want is a little happiness.

But is that true?

The Truth
What we say we want and what we actually want seem to be two different things. We picture a week in the Bahamas or a day without any work, demands, worries, or stress or having loads of money to do whatever we want. But is that “a little” happiness? Maybe what we’re expecting is some oversized happiness.

Instead, maybe we should focus on just what we say we want: a little happiness. Maybe we should find joy in the smiles of our kids. Maybe we should stop doing more often to start enjoying. Maybe we should find ways to have more fun when we are doing.

Maybe we should simply enjoy a little happiness.

A Little Happiness
In life, it’s not the weeks of outrageous living that get us through the week; it’s the little pockets of happiness we find throughout each day: The kudos we receive from our boss. The laughter of our kids. The feeling of accomplishment when we make something great. The moment of rest at the end of the day.

These are the little bits of happiness that can fill our world with joy. We should sit in them, bask in them, and soak them in.

Life is not about the huge indulgences. If you want to enjoy life, find a little happiness.

David Bishop

David is a father, speaker, blogger (obviously), and author of How to Create Amazing Presentations sharing the tools, tips, and techniques of the experts to make you an amazing presenter, 7 Steps to Better Relationships built on the stories and lessons on this blog with seven easy steps to help you maximize your interactions with the people you care about most, and The Man in the Pit to help you care for loved ones struggling with depression.

David Bishop

David is CEO of Cedowin Productions, dedicated to helping you live your best life through positive habits. He has inspired tens of thousands to improve habits and communication through books, articles, workshops, and apps. He is the creator of AweVenture, helping families enjoy fantastic, active experiences and Zombie Goals, literally making building healthy habits a game. He’s authored several books including How to Create Amazing Presentations, 7 Steps to Better Relationships, and The Man in the Pit, which helps people who have loved ones struggling with depression.

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