Happiness Archive

20 Happiest Places to Live in the UK in 2021 – Revealed

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What are some things you consider when looking for a new place to live? The price of the house, schools, local shops? Maybe you should consider how happy the area will make you. Hexham in Northumberland is crowned England’s happiest place to live, according to the annual “happy at

M&S Romford’s Staff Deserves a Pay Increase for These Videos

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Marks & Spencer The Romford staff have definitely gone above and beyond with their new social media posts. People Facebook, TikTok and Instagram can’t get enough of the latest two videos posted by the branch, the videos of its staff singing and dancing to the accompaniment of classic hits.

10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Starting a Career Change

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Millions of people worldwide have left their jobs in what has been dubbed the ‘Great Resignation’ this year, and it looks set to continue into 2022. According to new research from Aviva, two in three employees plan to change their careers next year, from reducing their working hours to

The Best Happiness Advice People Have Learned in Therapy

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path happiness It’s not always easy, and there really isn’t a final destination. Joy is available on a spectrum. And thanks to work, life, and relationship issues – you know, not to mention an extremely distressing global pandemic – it might be easy to fall more often to the

The Best Happiness Advice People Have Learned in Therapy

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The road to happiness is not always easy, and there really is no final destination. Joy is available on a spectrum. And thanks to work, life, and relationship issues—not to mention an extremely distressing global pandemic—it might be easy to fall on the lower end of the spectrum more

‘I Was a Toxic Person’: Paris Learns To Forgive Herself

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What are the most difficult words in the English language? According to writer and presenter Paris Lees, these are not “I love you” or “I’m sorry”. But they can be: “I forgive you”. “I’ve always been really touched by forgiveness, because it’s really, really, really, really powerful human experience,”

The Pandemic Taught Us Patience. Here are 10 Ways to Protect It

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If you asked most of us if we are patient people, we would probably say no. It’s hard to be in a society that offers us same-day delivery, one-click news and information, and five seasons of your favorite TV show on demand. Patience is a virtue, but what does

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8 Effortless Self-Care Activities That Should Be Done In Just 5 Minutes

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The pandemic has made it impossible to step back and take care of yourself. However, making self-care a priority is not only necessary, but also essential for optimal health. “It’s important to take just five minutes off work and other responsibilities to pause, reflect, and refresh. Taking these little

Revealed: How Much Free Time Do You Need To Be Happier?

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Feeling overwhelmed with your to-do list can certainly make you unhappy, but new research suggests that more free time may not be the magic potion most of us dream of. In a new multi-part study published last week, researchers analyzed data from two large-scale surveys of how people in