Life & Work

5 Habits of Happy Women

5 Habits of Happy Women, happy woman, content, strong, confident, happy, happiness, loren, loren ridinger

Happy women are the prettiest! I think that being happy is so important to your health. Of course, all your feelings are natural and healthy but when you're happy and confident, things seem to go your way. I like to wake up and focus on my feelings above all else. I want to feel good, so I focus on the things that make me feel good. I do things throughout my day that make me feel good. Doing this is almost like a science. It helps me to focus on my feelings so that happiness comes to me easily. When that happens good things fall into place. Read on for some of the habits of happy women.

5 Habits of Happy Women

They Practice Self-Care- Self-care is beyond face masks and nail appointment. It's figuring out what you need to feel good and practicing those needs. If you feel overwhelmed by emotions, take some time to journal or seek professional help. Sometimes, you just feel like you need a shower and a little mascara or a workout to make you feel good. Practice self-care throughout the day for a happier you!

Thye Have A Routine- My day starts early. When I wake up early, I get so much done. It's the best feeling in the world! When I get done with my routine, I feel incredibly productive!

They're Open to Anything- I'll try anything once. That's my motto, and I'm sticking to it. Happy women are open-minded, so they're open to trying new things. Sure, my routine is great, but new experiences are even better.

They Practice Gratitude- Thank you, thank you, thank you! Rather than focus on the negative in their life, they choose to remind themselves of what's going right in their life. Focusing on the positive changes your perspective in all things. Life becomes fun and happy.

They Spend Time Alone- JR and I love spending time together, but we also understand the value of being alone. We practice having boundaries, and that teaches us so much about ourselves and our relationship. Spending time on your own and doing things by yourself teaches you a lot about who you are. It gets you out of your comfort zone and into life!