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Happier Human - Page 34 of 37 - Happiness: Backed by Science
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Optimism, The Blind Man’s Gamble

Are you a gambler; do you like to take unrealistic chances? I’m guessing you said ‘no’ to that question. Are you optimistic; not all the time, but on balance? If you said “yes” to this question but “no” to the first, I’m going to call you out. Optimism is a blind man’s gamble. Cultivate optimism. That’s advice […]

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Omega-3 Supplementation – Good For The Heart & Vitamin Shoppe’s Bottom Line

Is Omega-3 the silver bullet of supplementation? It’s potential effects are vast, from improving cholesterol numbers, reducing the risk of developing diabetes, reducing inflammation, preventing renal disease, assisting in weight loss, increasing muscle growth, reducing stress, improving cognition, and boosting mood.1 But don’t let the hype confuse you. There are conflicting studies (a lot of them, actually); they just don’t get […]

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Watch More TV; It Makes You Happy!

Enjoy the present moment. If I could apply just one of the many things I’ve learned in my two months of studying happiness, that would be it: enjoy the present moment. Let’s talk about TV. I’m not a fan. I think it kills brains and destroys dreams. This post was originally going to be a […]

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Yoga – It Isn’t Just for Female Hipsters

Have you heard of yoga before? Have you heard of its super-awesomeness? By this point, we’ve all been informed; I’ve been informed, many times.  But the idea of doing something so hipster and female has been so ridiculous to my subconscious mind that I had never actually consciously considered doing it. I’m a man. I like sports & […]

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