Blueprint for Your Happiness

Each one of us has their own personal happiness definition. To help you understand happiness, let us examine closely what happiness is, but first let us do the happiness scale test. On a scale of 1 to 10, how happy are you? 1 is unhappy and 10 is the happiest. Choose your number.

Happiness is a mental state of being, dependent on several different factors.120px-Girl_of_Vietnam

A happy person is said to be someone who experiences some of the following states:

1. Be happy with little things: go for the BIG things, but do not forget to enjoy the LITTLE stuff, like having a nice cup of coffee, or having had a good night sleep.

2. Be there for other people: if you can contribute to other people and show care for them you will begin to experience greater level of happiness. Being the source of help, hope and support for other people will greatly boost your happiness levels as well.

3. Share your life and be part of the lives of people who allow you to speak your truth and be your authentic self: this could include people in your family, co-workers and colleagues, friends and social encounters.

4. Take good care of yourself and love and appreciate yourself for who you are.red-flower-4-1441359-s - Kopie

I invite you to guide yourself to happiness by following the 5 siple steps explained in  my latest version of “Happiness Blueprint”. Please visit my “Happiness Blueprint” page on this website to learn more.

In short, a happy person is someone who is filled with positive emotions and has a sense that his life has purpose and meaning.

I encourage you to start your journey in making your own blueprints for happiness. You will discover that there is much more for you in this life than you ever imagined possible.

Lots of Love and many Blessings,

Ginger Spark

 

 

11 Comments

  1. Tony

    I really liked this post. It’s simple stuff when you think about it, but it can really contribute towards your own happiness and mental well being.

    Cheers, Tony.

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    1. admin

      Hi Tony, yes, I agree….do feel free to visit my website often…Ginger

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  2. Michelle

    Very inspiring stuff!

    I like to read some positive and uplifting posts after a busy week. It really puts me in a good mood for the weekend 🙂

    Love your site – I will be back for more.

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    1. admin

      thank you Michelle, I invite you to come back to my sight soon! With Love, Ginger

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  3. Peter

    Hello and thanks for this happy post! I think many of us are so busy these days that we actually forget why we’re here! If we’re not happy it’s all pretty pointless! Thanks for your top tips!
    Peter

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    1. admin

      Dear Peter, I am happy this resonated with you…keep on coming back for new insights that I will be posting soon! Thanks, Ginger

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    2. Alessandra

      I simply had to thank you so much all over again. I am not sure the tnighs that I might have gone through without the entire aspects documented by you about such area. It previously was a very frustrating dilemma in my circumstances, but coming across a new well-written form you resolved it made me to weep over happiness. I’m just happy for this work and expect you realize what a powerful job you are always accomplishing teaching many people via your blog post. I’m certain you have never met all of us.

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  4. Brittni Sue

    Hi Ginger! I came across your website and I’m very interested in reading the “Happiness Blueprint”. Last year I lost the person closest and dearest to me …. my Mother. It can certainly be a struggle at times. This year I’m trying to find a new path and experience happiness in new ways. This is the perfect time to check it out. Thanks!

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    1. admin

      Dear Sue, I would love to share my concept of “Happiness Blueprint” with you…. please check it out. Thanks, Ginger

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  5. Claire

    Great article! I think in this day and age, people have a tendency to judge their happiness based on material wealth. It would do us all well to remember that it’s the small things in life that usually bring us the most satisfaction 🙂
    Claire

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    1. admin

      Thank you, Claire for voicing this! I could not agree with you more. With Love, Ginger Spark

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