1. How do you define happiness?
2. What makes you happy?
3. What's getting in the way of your happiness?
4. What changes do you need to make to be happier?
5. When are you happy enough?
Happiness is the absence of misery. Life is mostly pretty miserable.....punctuated with "un-miserable" moments that can be called "happy". Don't blink; you might miss them.
What makes me happy? Time spent with family and friends. Sitting in my recliner, reading a good book, with my dog curled up on my footrest. Rocky Road ice cream. Lobster with butter. Playing in the snow/sand with my great grandkids. Traveling to new places. Strolling on the beach.
The only thing that sometimes gets in the way of my happiness is......Me.
A tad more money in the bank would maybe help me be happier, as I could use it to do more for my family.
I don't think there is a limit to how happy is too happy.
I like that Karen , don't think I ever tasted Lobster , maybe someday .
Happiness is....being contented with what you have at the moment. (this doesn't include people being in the midst of a tragic event/day)
Happiness is....sneaky and can be "standing" in the room right next to you and you don't even acknowledge it. In other words, its in the "little" things you don't expect or take for granted.
Happiness is....not something that "just happens". It's something you need to watch for, acknowledge, then appreciate.
What makes ME happy? Good food, good music, good conversations, good reading, funny people, interesting sites, interesting experiences, interesting people, animals antics (currently ESPECIALLY my dogs and birds), beautiful things in nature, my hobbies. My family and friends make me happy when we are participating in the above things together.