Changes to make your life happier

Happiness is something we all strive for and look for everyday. Here you will find some tips on how to be happier, and change that will help improve your life.


There is nothing better than being optimistic about things. Experts say that “happier people know that an optimistic approach is absolutely necessary for their emotional wellbeing, quality of life and even, the outcome of certain situations”, and they deliberately put extra effort in being positive and motivating others to be.


Spending time with friends, enjoying your favorite activity, and simply having fun deserve a place in your to-do list. Happier people know that. “Happy people have trained themselves to align their choices, intentions and actions based on how much they love them.” Happiness comes first for them, joy and love, health and passion are always first for them, and everything else comes later.


Expectation is the root of disappointment. It’s easy to think that all the favors you’ve done will be given back to you, and that all the hard work you’ve invested will bear its fruits. Do your part, but don’t expect anything in exchange, and never ever expect anything from anyone. Only expect from yourself.


People’s approval can be addictive, when you’re counting the amount of followers you have on Instagram, and the likes you’ve gotten…you know these are the signs that you’re looking for attention. You should be doing things that make you happy, without caring about what others think. When you do that, you are truly unleashing your true potential. When it comes to your life, you can’t be scared of disappointing others because you ONLY LIVE for the results you’ve chosen.


Your past can define who you were at that particular time, but it does not define exactly who you are today. You cannot go forward if you are constantly feeling sorry for your mistakes. Stop thinking about what you could have, should have and should have had! To accept, rectify and to live a life based on the truth is the way to go in order to live a happier life.

Written by Marre

Translated by Chloé Bourjalliat