Tuesday, December 21, 2010

My Recipe For A Happy Life

Here's my recipe for a happy life:

1) Do the things you want to do

2) Accept that you'll never have the time to do *all* the things you want to do

Once you follow those two principles, the rest is simply time allocation!

4 comments:

Rolf said...

Hey chris,

great one. Doing the things YOU want to do instead of doing the things other people want you to do is very powerful and a huge step to happyness!

cheers
Rolf

John J. Walters said...

Sounds like an upbeat Buddha.

1) Existence is suffering.

2) The cause of suffering is desire.

Deepam said...

I humbly agree. :)

Jeremy Stersky from Bingo-Room said...

Okay - you've hit the nail on the head there with this post. I totally love what you've done with the simplicity. Do what you want to do. Well I'm doing that by playing bingo and writing about the game that I love. It's bingo. Beyond the gaming I try to live life to the full each and every day with little regard for planning overkill. I think it's important to do as much as you can in each and every hour of every day. The world is full of strategic planners but man proposes and God disposes - remember that. Anyway - kudos on a great write-up and an informative slice of something extra nice.

Jeremy Stersky