It seems that the older we get, the happier we become. And that’s good news, because the research is clear: happiness offers enormous benefits to our wellbeing. More and more studies are linking happiness and good health. Specifically, research has revealed that choosing happy
With all this good news, it makes sense to adopt habits that science says contributes to a happier (and healthier) you. But being happy isn’t always easy. Here are a few habits you can incorporate into your life to help you be more happy:
Freely compliment others
Exercise, even if it’s just a short walk
Be grateful for the little (and big!) things
Show kindness wherever possible
Breathe deeply and consciously
Declutter to feel less overwhelmed and more in control
See friends so you can share a laugh and feel connected
Plan your week by listing tasks you want to achieve so you have a sense of achievement when completed
Switch off from technology for a morning or afternoon
So what’s the happiest age?
Well, apparently 50 is the age at which worrying starts to decline, and 73 is the aged where we feel as happy as we did when we were 18.
What do you think?