Discover Yourself Micro Mondays

Micro Mondays Podcast – Discovering your Happiness Triggers

April 26, 2021
Micro Mondays Podcast

Discovering your happiness triggers

Discovering your happiness Triggers

Time to focus on your happiness. How are you feeling right now?

Where is your happy place? Can you imagine it easily?

What are your happy triggers?

In this Micro Mondays Episode we are discovering your happiness triggers. I discuss and explain:

  •  What Triggers are and how you can turn negative triggers into positive triggers to start Living Well.
  • How to discover your mind’s  ‘happy place’ to cope with times of stress, sadness and when life is dragging you down.
  • Developing Happiness Triggers
  • Discovering your Happiness Triggers that are unique to you

Join me at the end of the episode for a one-minute meditation to reset your mind, body and spirit for the week

Take a listen to the Podcast and I would love you to share your feedback with me.

Being happy doesn’t mean everything is perfect.

It means you’ve decided to look beyond the imperfections.

Sue Loncaric, Women Living Well After 50

Discovering your happiness triggers

Do you now know where your happy place is? I’d love you to share it with me.

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  • Reply Erica/Erika April 26, 2021 at 10:15

    The mind’s happy place is a great focus, Sue. I think this concept is brought up in counselling sessions. A really nice story about sitting on a swing, carefree and feeling like a child. I like how you bring up the concept of “choice.” I have a couple of specific happy places I will visualize. One is sitting beside a certain lake many years ago and how it made me feel. Almost out of body. Of course, the grandchildren always make me smile, for many weeks after seeing them.xx

  • Reply Debbie Harris April 26, 2021 at 17:42

    This is a great post Sue and I loved listening to the podcast as I walked in the bush today. Thanks for the ideas and thoughts, choice is a very important part of the process as you point out.

  • Reply suzanne April 28, 2021 at 07:38

    Hi Sue, I like the idea of using annoyances as triggers for happiness. If we erased just a few of those each day we’d be in a lighter place.

    • Reply Sue Loncaric April 30, 2021 at 12:14

      Hi Suzanne, yes I found it quite interesting and a novel way of dealing with those small annoyances which shouldn’t marr our day. Enjoy your weekend. xx

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