>Exercising~ it releases endorphins which make you happy. >Smiling-It actually makes you feel really happy >Enjoying your hobbies >listening to happy music > getting enough sleep >showering and feeling refreshed >Go outside > Open the blinds >Drink plenty of water >Have a good diet >Talk to your friends >Go out with friends >Achieve something >Play with your pets
Friends, but more importantly, family. However, you can possibly set goals, and achieve them, exercise, meet people, care for a pet, or whatevs. Follow your passion and dreams. It's your life- so you choose what you do with it. What you do with it makes you feel happy, or depressed.
Money is a necessity, and it does make life a lot easier for people. However, it does not buy happiness. Money can bring temporary relief of a terminal disease, depression, a broken family life. But it cannot completely eliminate suffering nor can it eliminate death. The way to be happy is by helping others, loving your family and friends, engaging in activities that you truly enjoy, but most important, having a close relationship with your heavenly Father. That's the key to happiness.
Money can buy plenty of things, but it can't but you HAPPINESS everyone holds their own key purpose of happiness you just need to stick to the positive outcome of your life. Grow love, compassion, and a great caring heart instead of staying mad all the time with nothing, but hate going all through you. And also if anything you need to be looking at what good things are in your life and be thankful for what you have. Have courage and the strength to push yourself forward and just continue to push or move on even when everything seems to be crashing down around you and nothing isn't going right if do this then you will come out feeling like a winner you just have got have the strength and courage in you to do so....
Chocolate. Happy movie endings. Cuddling. Big sweaters. Hot chocolate. Bon fires. Laughter. Reading. Running. Playing sports. Hot showers. Warm weather. Beaches. Summer time. Spring time. Christmas time.
Matthew 5:3 tells us, "Happy are those conscious of their spiritual need since the kingdom of the heavens belongs to them." This refers to those who recognize and respond to their spiritual hunger. (Matt. 5:3) It is easy, though, to overlook that need. Even one who has long been involved with God might lose appreciation for how much happiness this relationship produces. He might see others with luxuries or some who are pursuing popular hobbies and forms of relaxation. So he could enviously feel, ‘Maybe I’m missing out.’ If he follows their course at the expense of time or interest devoted to his relationship with God, his life might, in a physical sense, seem to be more varied, more in line with current trends. But will he be truly happier? A hungry man, instead of eating, may go for a drive or watch a motion picture. Such activities could distract or amuse him. But will they satisfy his hunger?