Happiness happens in threes

More research has shown how making the effort to be kind, smile, record three good things a day and practise mindfulness can bring happiness and fulfilment. The most effective happiness habits are: "spreading happiness", "three good things", and "simply smile", according to the Happiness Habits Experiment Report by Lucy McCarraher and Annabel Shaw, published in May. Meanwhile, people who commit to regular mindfulness will experience more "satisfaction", suggests research by Ashridge into whether meditation can help clients cope with the stress of leading soundly and sustainably. Ninety...

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