Do you feel like you’re really enjoying life, or do you really feel tied to your all day doing work you don’t care about?
I want you to stop and think about those questions for a minute.
I know that it might be easy to think about parts of your life you enjoy, like your family, or that recent trip you took, but when you think about your life overall,
If the answer is no, it’s time you took a look at what’s happening and make a decision:
That doesn’t mean you've to be reckless and give up on those responsibilities, but it means that maybe putting your own enjoyment a bit higher on this list could really shift how you feel about your life.
Here are five rules for Enjoying Life.
5 Rules For Enjoying Life
These are the five unbreakable rules for enjoying life. If you break one of them, you’re endanger your ability to get the maximum enjoyment from life.
1.Make your own decisions
Remember that you are responsible for of your own decisions, so putting too much emphasis on other people’s opinions, including when others don’t
support your career change or other dreams won’t bring happiness.
Being authentic in every aspect of your life (or attempt to try and do so) will lead you ultimate final enjoyment of your life,though admittedly getting there might lead you down a bumpy path or two. It’s hard to be truly authentic in a world that values fitting in very highly. But feeling inauthentic has a huge cost, and will put a ceiling on your life enjoyment.
2. Keep positivity in your life
Make a point of surrounding yourself with positive people – the ones you already know, and getting to know new ones. Let go of energy vampires, and don’t focus on the negativity in your life, as well as negative feelings and events.Try to find a way to let negativity pass.
3. Don’t lose your sense of adventure
Doing something adventurous usually means doing something just a little outside of your comfort zone. no matter that's for you, do some of it regularly, keep pushing yourself and keep combining it up.
Keep it fun ,joy and light, so that it still feels enjoyable rather than like an uncomfortable growth experience. Spend your time focusing on experiences and relationships, not stuff, and you’ll enjoy life way more.
4. Consciously set goals
I’m a huge one for setting goals. I don’t think you have to set them and never change or re-visit them, actually you should revisit them regularly. But until you have a real life plan, you don’t really know what’s important to do on a day-to-day basis.
Yes, you’ll know what’s fun, but as much as I love fun, even fun gets boring when a while once it’s shallow. Make it deep and Make it last by knowing your life goals.
5. Practice kindness
Kindness to self and kindness to others.When you’re being kind to yourself you’re taking care of your body, you’re practicing sensible boundaries, you’re taking care of your needs for calm and centeredness in your life, your self-talk is kind, you’re permitting good things to enter your life and you’re honoring your needs for growth as person. If you are honest with yourself, you always know when you’re not being kind to you.
When you’re kind to others you’re compassionate, giving back, showing emotion generous and thoughtful. You’re also being kind once you practicegood boundaries, hold people accountable and expect more from them.
Also, don’t underestimate the ability of your own positivity on others or of sharing a smile. analysis has shown that happiness is contagious!
Learn to enjoy every minute of your life Be happy now.
Don't wait for something outside of yourself to make you happy in the future.
Think how really precious is the time you have to.
spend, whether it's at work or with your family.
Live life so completely that when death comes to you like a thief in the night, there will be nothing left for him to steal.