happiness collage

We’re all happy, if we only knew it.  —Woody Allen

Mental exercises help build new brain cells and strengthen the connections between them, which is why I find it beneficial to challenge the brain with new activities every week. This week’s mental workout is about creating an environment of happiness each and every day.

harvest happiness collage of happy momentsWhat To Do

Collect images, colors, words, and phrases from magazines that remind you of happy moments and good feelings. Create collages of these imprints and post them all around your house in easy-to-spot places (the refrigerator door, your bathroom mirror) and hidden places (the inside of your closet door, the inside cover of your journal).

harvest happinessWhy To Do It

The fact is that when you see these images of happiness, your focus shifts back toward loving care, which will put you on more solid footing to love your neighbors, your friends, your family, your colleagues. And love yourself, too. Allow yourself to feel a sense of love and joy. Do it deliberately and with as much dedication and focus as you offer others. You’ll relax, you’ll be happier and you’ll probably have more to offer the world as a result.


Rose Caiola
Inspired. Rewired.

1 Comment

  • Paul Heitmeyer
    Posted December 7, 2015 5:44 pm 0Likes

    we use a digital frame in our kitchen with our photos of ourselves and family on trips and events we enjoyed!

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