My guide to Happiness (:


So, I’m known between my friends that I’m that type of guy who likes spreading happiness and sharing smiles, the one who walks in the room and you could feel the positive energy.

In my own personal journey of trying to be a better person, I realized that it was all about aiming to be happy. Nothing more, nothing less. When you’re happy, you’re effectively better in every aspect of your life.

The second realization is that happiness comes from shedding the unnecessary in life, as in you need to stop caring about certain things.

The third realization? A lot of these unnecessary things are painfully obvious. More often than not, it’s plain common sense.

Here’s 10 things I don’t care for.

1. AGE

Indeed, age is just a number. And I know this for sure.

I don’t let this ever-increasing number define who am I and what I do, I just do whatever it is I want!

Life is short. Before you know it, age catches up. You might as well make full use of life before your body actually reflects your age.

On a more candid note, I know of friends who are happy because they date people younger than them. They actually found true love despite the age gap.


This is one of the biggest blocks to our happiness.

I don’t care for that. I recognized that the words of others are never accurate and should never judge me for who am I and what I’m capable of.

Instead, I block it out. I don’t allow such false illusions to get in the way of what it is I want to do or how I feel. Only what I think of Myself matters


That’s not to say happy people are unemployed.

The key idea is: You’re not your job.

Sure, a job is important for stability and survival in today’s society. But other than that, your job scope and status at work should be left at the office. If you don’t, it’s going to seep into your everyday life and you’d end up feeling tired, bored or stressed out.

What matters more is your talent, passion and outlook on life. Allowing your job to take over any of that would only mean you’re allowing a label to define who you are.


Fear is not real. Happy people know that, so do I

With that, I know that the nervousness and anxiety that supposedly comes with fear are not real. I block it out, get out of your comfort zone, feel a little crazy and just do what you want anyway.

There’s just no point holding back in life just because you feel a little scared.


There’s a lot of disturbing stuff going on out there. War, protests, riots, animals going extinct or innocent people having bad things happen to them.

I don’t deny any of these, but I do a good job in making sure it doesn’t affect how I feel.

The happiest people I know simply focus on trying to make the world a better place, one small step at a time. we may not be able to create a revolution overnight, but we know that by showing a little kindness and compassion to our fellow man, the world is that much more positive already!

Don’t let the negativity in life get to you, It’s not your fault others have made it this way.


“You’re the average of the five people you spend the most time with”.

Brilliant quote!

Ever had to deal with an annoying friend or somebody who’s just really self-destructive?

Dump them. It’s time to create a positive environment for yourself.

Happy people gain happiness from the people they are with and not just from within. This is an amazing life hack that most people overlook. If you’re feeling unhappy, take a look around. Sometimes it’s the people that are just dragging you down.


The past does not exist, neither does the future.

If you want to be happy, you’ve got to let go of the past and move on with life. Learn from it and grow from it, then make sure you don’t repeat the same mistakes.

As for the future, happy people pretty much let go of expectations. .

When you let go of the past and future, then you can truly enjoy the present.


Start doing things for the sake of doing things. Help others for the sake of being compassionate. The true reward is knowing that you’ve added positivity in others.

Happy people let go of always wanting something in return. That’s how we never get disappointed.


Complaining is the result of an unhappy life. Sometimes things don’t go your way. You can’t escape that.

But complaining is useless. I know that. I’m instead, grateful for what I have and then I try to find the solution with a positive mindset, and so should you!


Just like age, there are a lot of labels out there that try to define who we are. Expectations are always thrown at us and it can be pretty overwhelming at times.

I don’t care for any of that. I just take my time, look within and do what I want in life.

This is how happiness is created: Not doing things you don’t care for.

So, you tell me what makes you happy in life? let me know in the comments down below 🙂



  1. Bro this post….this post right here it’s like your another me. If only my brain was cloned I think your the one who got it. Almost everything your talking about here is exactly how I think, feel and talk. Crazy. Great post by the way.

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