With International Day of Happiness in mind, HR Manager, Ellie Garnett (who always has a cheery word at the ready, and is the life and soul of HR180) takes a look at what you need to do to maintain a happy outlook on life, with a slant towards the workplace of course!
By Ellie Garnett
You can take part in the International Day of Happiness……
This got me thinking:
The irony of how sad it is that we need a day to remember to be happy!!
I like this. It is lovely that the world can come together to be happy. I would also suggest that it takes regular effort to maintain happiness: you won’t suddenly wake up happy.
One tip is to remember to feel grateful for all the things that already make you happy. Make a point of doing this every night before bed – just think of 3 things that happened through the day, or that you are grateful for in general and say thank you for ………
It is also suggested that too much attention on feeling good all the time undermines the ability to feel good at all.
What happens in the work place when employees are unhappy? Well apparently, we are not happy with out current roles and there’s a staggering 47% of employees wanting to change careers!
The latest research suggests there are 10 key elements to a happier you!
Whatever you are doing on 20th March, be happy!
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