Hello guys and ladies, how we all doing?
So last time I was talking on a more political subject matter, asking the fundamental question ‘Do you feel comfortable being moulded by the society we live in today?’ – Click here for the full blog post, In this post, I’m going to be sharing with you one of the many things that keeps me happy, and maybe this will help you too…
Just the other day I was thinking to myself ‘What makes me happy?’, I was caught up in a bewildered cave that seemed a bit eqkrhjhbegjhrerhj…
I hate the feeling because it makes me question life in ways that seem unanswerable.
Today, I’m going to give you insight to one of the escape routes I have from this cave.
Think back to when you were about, lets say, between the ages of 8-11. How happy did you seem compared to now? What’s the difference. Well its obvious, we have more responsibilities thus, we don’t have time to do all the things that kept us smiling and happy.
Pin point TV shows, places you visited, music you listened to, activities you did, your characteristics and all the other things that you correlate with happiness. If you don’t keep the kid in you as you grow older, you won’t be able to be ALIVE, just think to when you feel most satisfied with your personality – for me, I love the wacky side to me, this most probably stemed from the types of characters I loved in shows as kid.
In conclusion, the ‘Kid Inside’ technique really helps me to stay on the brighter side of life, try it out!
Look out for more of my #Lost posts where I’ll be looking at ways to climb out the ‘lost’ feeling we all feel at times, the tomb. (You may want to follow my blog for email notifications).
What did you love about your childhood? Share your thoughts by commenting for others to see and possibly be inspired by.