Tag: happiness

Throwing in the Towel is Not an Option

I am a wife.  A mom.  A nana. Sister, daughter, friend, barber, cook, dishwasher, housecleaner, writer, leader, teacher, baby-sitter– clothes washing, bill paying, record keeping, dog bathing, shopping ninja… And that was just today.  Tomorrow is another story. And there are those days, I admit, that I am tempted to throw in the towel. But…

Happiness is Highly Overrated

Or so it seems. The very definition of happiness can be elusive, so why do we think our pursuit will end in anything other than a temporary feeling? Maybe we should consider the vastness of this chasm: To one, the idea of happiness is found only in the absence of trouble… …while another sees it…

Tapping Into Your Inner Duck Dynasty: How to Be Happy, Happy, Happy During the Holidays

Someone on Facebook posed this question: “If we’re so thankful, why is it that the day after Thanksgiving, we’re all rushing out to get more of the “stuff” that the world says will make you happy?” Good question. We all think, “If I could just have _________, then I’d be happy!” or, “If I could…