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Elizabeth Scott, M.S.

Give (Yourself) What You REALLY Wanted

By December 27, 2013

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I hope you got everything that was on your holiday wish list (or will get it soon). Whether it was a computer, a fuzzy robe, toys or socks, I hope you love what you got. There is a huge variety of things people have on their wish lists, but there are a few things that virtually everyone wants, and can't be found on most lists: more good feelings, and fewer bad ones. (In fact, the bulk of what we want the most in life can't be purchased and gifted, of course, though I love getting thoughtful "stuff" as much as anyone!)

This blog brings you simple ways to give yourself the best of what life has to offer: good feelings. (And the best part is that when you give these things to yourself, you tend to naturally have enough to share!)

How To Feel Happier In Minutes

These "shortcuts to happiness" are based on research-proven techniques. Find out how to lift your mood and feel good quickly and easily.

How To Feel More Positive Emotions Now

Here are some simple ways to feel positive emotions when you'd like to feel them, and work "feeling good" into your life. You'll also see some interesting research that shows how it works!

How To Feel Less Stressed

If you're looking for ways to feel less stressed quickly, these strategies work within five minutes and can make a significant impact on your stress levels. (For a longer-term game plan, see this article.)

How To Laugh More and Have More Fun

Here are a few suggestions from me on how to have more fun in life, but over 60 readers have shared their most effective tips on how to have fun, and I'd love to hear yours, too! Visit this page and get some tried-and-true ideas from other readers, and share your own best strategies as well. We'd love to hear from you!

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