BE SATISFIED

When we say be satisfied we mean a happy or pleased feeling because of something that you did or something that happened to you. : the act of providing what is needed or desired : the act of satisfying a need or desire.

Being satisfied teaches us to be happy with what we have, whether little or abundant. Instead of wanting our possessions to grow, you start working on personal growth. Because at the end of the day, inner peace fuelled by contentment may matter more than the car you drive or even the house you live in

Here are some things that will make us feel satisfied :

1. Start With a Good Dose of Gratitude

Being consciously aware of what you’re thankful for can actually change your level of happiness.

When you wake up each morning, spend time recalling all the things for which you feel grateful. Before you go to bed, you can keep a gratitude journal. Write down 3 to 5 things that you felt grateful for that day and why. Use all five senses to imagine these things vividly in order to help you brain latch on to all that goodness.

2. Make Sure You’re Giving Back

Do you give 10% of your income to your favorite charity or organization? Instead of spending money on yourself, you’ll feel happier giving to others.

There’s something about giving that allows you to receive more in return besides just the act of giving to help others. When you give, you’re sending a message to the Universe that you know everything’s going to be alright.

According to a study published in 2010, “people experienced happier moods when they gave more money away—but only if they had a choice about how much to give”[2]

By giving, you’ll be taken care of, too. You see it from those with very little to those who have millions: you have to give to get, and by doing that, your happiness increases.

3. Laugh Every Day (It’s Better than Money)

Do you spend time each day laughing? Do you purposefully find happy things to laugh about?

When you laugh, you release happy hormones called oxytocin and endorphins. These are hormones that uplifts us as we share experiences with others. Even just making yourself smile will put you in a better place.

It is thought that the fact that laughter releases these hormones in order to promote social bonding, so try getting together with friends for a good dose of laughter, as well as increased social connection[3]. These are things that make you happy.

4. Foster Good Relationships With Family and Friends

Happy people don’t spend large amounts of time alone. By spending time with people you like and love, you forge supportive relationships that help people feel better during times of stress.

You also bond with others through common experiences, such as life’s ups and downs. They become your support network and help bring more of the things that make people happy.

5. Take Some Alone Time

In contrast to spending time with family and friends, it’s important to step back and take some time for our selves in order to cultivate self-care.

You can recharge your spirit and find a little peace. Taking some time away and being alone can do wonders for your mood and outlook, as well as help you find the meaning of true happiness.

Use this time to do more of the things that make you happy, such as a favorite hobby, exercise, or simple relaxation. Even just sitting in the sun or listening to your favorite song can improve your life satisfaction in the short term.

Being satisfied does not mean that we will stop striving for our highest potential but to feel gratitude and move on to higher goals

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