Breathing Happy Author

Breathing Happy Author

Dealing With a Bad Mood

The mood is one of the variables.

Maybe during the day we are in a great mood and suddenly something happen to us spoils it. Read more

5 Foods to Make You Feel Better

If you have been in a depressed or gloomy mood, or if you have been feeling irritable, then maybe foods are ruining your mood. According to nutrition experts, you can actually make yourself feel better if you eat the right foods. If you still do not believe that your mood depends on the food you eat, then try eating the following: Read more

Kick Your Bad Habits

The other day, my peaceful moment of reading in a nearby park was greatly disturbed when one of the two passersby made a loud snorting noise and subsequently spitting out into the drain. “How Rude!” I thought to myself. The culprit was nonchalant and so was his friend. So, a thought popped up in my mind; “Why are they acting so normal for doing something as ill-mannered as snorting and spitting in public place? Read more

Thoughts on Developing Yourself

Personal development is concept used for many different ways to improve yourself in society, career wise and socially. Many sites offer you different plans on how to personally develop yourself. They all claim to be the best technique to personally develop yourself. But the problem with personal development and social media is the development still remains personal. Read more

9 Ingredients for a Better You

This is not about you winning. This is about you completing a workout routine to live a healthy and right lifestyle. The more you invest on becoming physically in good shape, the more you’ll be the better version of you. Read more

Rheumatoid Arthritis: How to Get Through A Day And Stay Happy

I suffer from rheumatoid arthritis and I would like to share a typical day with you. Because this disease has no cure, the only thing I can do is to ensure I follow a routine and try to stick to it as much as possible. Being a father of two kids, my schedules can be hectic but I have to balance everything to ensure that my joints are not getting a raw deal. Also, since I am now closer to 40 than 30 and have been suffering from rheumatoid arthritis for more than six years, my personal advice would be carefully honing a routine and following it. Read more

Those Gray Hairs

We all have grandparents or for the most part have seen someone with a head full of gray hair. Some of us younger folks, chuckle at the thought that someday our hair may do the same. Others are determined to make sure their hair never turns gray. However, this past weekend I learned quite a bit about those silver strands that grow beautifully on older folk’s heads. Read more

Being Held Back No More

Not knowing what to do or where to go to change what is happening. Some say stay, others say go and determining what is best, is becoming harder and harder. Wanting to complete school in a hurry, find a job and provide a better life for my family are all on my to-do list. However, the time to do these things is slowly passing by. Read more

Getting Out of My Own Way

I’ve recently taken a “leap of faith” and left a secure job of twenty four years of service. My career allowed me comfortable living and great benefits, but little satisfaction when it came to “making a difference.”  If we’re all here for a purpose then I knew deep down that the job I had all those years was NOT my purpose. I needed to explore and learn who I was. Read more

Loving Yourself.

What does your body want? What does it need? What should it have?

Have you ever thought what do i want what do i need stop and think how many times will you get to live? How many times will you get to enjoy living? Read more