Saturday 6/7

Park WOD!
***Reminder***
There will be one class tomorrow at 9:30 at the park at the end of Myrtle (Jane Steele Park). Make sure to bring water, it’s getting hot!

Most of us want to be happy, and while what happiness means to each of us may vary, there are some pretty universal ways in which we sabotage our happiness. Many of these habits, thoughts and actions occur without much of a second thought. Take a look at the list and see if any ring true for you and try to recognize it the next time you are sabotaging your chance at happiness.

From EliteDaily.com

17 Things You Should Avoid Doing If You Want To Be Happy

Achieving true happiness isn’t a one-step process. It’s an alteration of a current lifestyle; it’s trimming the fat and removing what is bringing negativity in your life. It’s realizing the difference between what should remain in yours and what shouldn’t.

The feat is not easy, but once the process begins, you will ask yourself why you didn’t make any of these changes sooner. Despite what many believe, it’s not too late to bring happiness into your life.

1. Involving yourself in drama

Why adults still engage in petty behavior is beyond me. At this age, we should bypass the bullsh*t and focus on ourselves and what’s going on in our personal lives.

There’s no reason to butt yourself in someone else’s business as you would be pretty pissed off if someone did the same to you.

Don’t involve yourself in things that are irrelevant to your own life. Instead focus on yourself and how to improve your own life.

2. Having unrealistic expectations

Expectation is the root of all disappointment. You set yourself up for failure by putting too much pressure on a person or a situation.

Things rarely live up to the picture in your mind, which is why so many experience disappointment.


3. Settling

Whether this is in your relationships, your career or your friendships, settling never propelled anyone to greatness.

Accepting the bare minimum from any of these aspects will surely put you on the fast track to boredom and complacency, which will only lead to unhappiness.

 

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