Over the years I’ve learned to enjoy ‘small things’, instead of waiting for a huge stuff to happen in my life. That made me very happy. And being happy and satisfied just brings even more happiness (when you’re happy and feeling positive/optimistic, good things just continue happening for real). So, generally, I’m happy, although every new day is a new challenge and there are always some things that should be “fixed” or improved. After all, if there weren’t any bad days/things, how could we tell what happiness is?
Right now I’m really happy. Envato sales are starting to pick up (12 sales last week is sales picking up lol), I’ve just started a business doing what I like (writing) but which also helps others and I’m able to use my skills to help young people with cancer.
It was my daughter’s 5th birthday today, and she’s happy, as are the two step-kids, and their happiness is the most important thing to me.
In short – yes
I am happy!
Love my job, love my wife, and very excited to welcome our first child into the world next month!
Congrats!! You’re about to get even more happier-er
I’m preggers with my 2nd child, she’s due May 4th, and am sooo happy I work from home and can rest when I need to!
I couldn’t feel the happy for each moment and came to the conclusion that it doesn’t going to be that way (especially when creating stuff for unstable browsers – ofcourse the pain of profession spreads into everything even though there are conscious moments of happiness). But earned some range of choice which keeps life interesting + good, sad moments. Sorry for breaking the party if any