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5 Tips for Finding Your Bliss

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Do you notice when you start your day earlier you tend to get more done?

We're helping you become an Action 2 News This Morning person with some great advice and tips over the next few weeks.

Today, we're going beyond just the morning.  We're talking about finding and following your bliss.  It's not "quitting your job and moving to a tropical island bliss"--it's practical bliss that gives you satisfaction and the feeling of accomplishment and joy.

BE OPEN TO NEW IDEAS

Try something you've never considered before.  It may be a suggestion from a friend.  Give yourself credit for doing it!

BE CURIOUS

If there's something people enjoy and you can't imagine why, check it out!You hear this a lot about yoga.  Somethings need to be experienced to be appreciated.

One blog suggests martial arts, ballroom dancing, improv, and thinking outside of the box.

MAKE TIME

Schedule time for your passion. Once you figure out what that is that really gives you joy and adds to your day, make sure you schedule time for it.

FIND BLISSFUL MOMENTS

Enjoy simple things. These are moments in your life everyday.  Think of the saying, "Life is not measured by the number of breaths you take, but by every moment that takes your breath away."

CAPTURE THE MOMENT

Take a picture on your phone. When you're in one of those funky moments, remind yourself of that bliss and let yourself go there for a moment. This doesn't have to be a tropical vacation. It can be play time at the park with your kids when you all were really enjoying each other.

It could be a song or book you love.  Bliss doesn't have to be expensive. It could be free community concerts in the summer.

"Let the negative flow into the background." When you find those blissful moments, fully immerse yourself and let the negative float into the background.



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