The simplest things in life can make you the happiest if you pay attention. It can come in the form of a little nudge, and sometimes it’s a slam in the face but, recognizing an opportunity for happiness is priceless.
Living your happiest life is…
- continually being on the lookout for ways to serve anonymously.
- owning up to your personal choices without blaming others.
- using your talents as a vehicle to serve others for no personal gain.
- having the courage to ask for help and be willing to receive it.
- showing love and compassion without judgment.
- knowing success will never compensate for failure in the home.
- the realization of what needs to change in your life and get in the business of changing it.
- embracing others imperfections and just love them for who they are.
- recognizing and encouraging others to reach their potential.
- stopping what you’re doing, switching gears, and focus on the people who really matter…your family.
More thoughts of happiness: Living your happiest life is…
- doing the things you don’t want to do but, you know its the right thing to do.
- having leadership with the right intentions.
- aligning your life purpose, your mission, and your visions to accomplish your goals.
- being mindful of the words we use online that are consistent with the words use face-to-face.
- making an effort to acknowledge others with a smile and a simple hello.
- being simply grateful.
- having a good sense of humor.
- aging gracefully with a sense of self, and do it with wisdom and clarity.
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— Keitochan ケイト宮地 (@KeitochanSays) May 15, 2015
Q: What makes you the most happiest? Comment below.
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As the storms pull closer to the islands, here are some precautions we should take in preparation for Iselle and Julio:
3. Keep cell phones and other electronics charged.
4. If you have a generator, test it before it is needed.
5. Get prescription medications refilled and make provisions for any medicines that must be chilled or that require special handling. Power could be out for more than a week if Julio also strikes.
Photo/Source: accuweather and Hawaii News Now
— Keitochan ケイト宮地 (@KeitochanSays) August 7, 2014
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The latest on the two hurricanes in the Pacific and when they will affect Hawaii residents.
“Aloha Friday“ is the custom of “dressing down” on the last day of the work week and wearing a comfortable Aloha Shirt in lieu of typical business attire. While originating in the Hawaiian Islands, the idea has spread to the mainland and around the world in the more generic form of “casual Fridays” where, particularly in the summer months, employees are allowed to come to work in shorts, t-shirts and other casual attire. What year did Aloha Friday officially begin?
Photo Credit: vintage-hawaiian-shirts.com
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