1. the quality or state of being happy.
I feel like as I get older it really doesn’t take much to make me happy.
If you had asked me to define happiness a few years ago I would have written paragraphs upon paragraphs of criteria to fit the bill.
Nowadays, it really is the simple things that make the difference.
In no particular order:
I married to the man of my dreams and have been blessed with off spring.
I am healthy, spiritually grounded, of sound mind and working in an occupation that I studied at university.
We have shelter, clean water to drink and freedom to do as we please.
My pantry and fridge are packed to the rafters, giving me endless options to create delicious meals for my loved ones.
Laundry, which can get out of control with a toddler is done – all our clothes are ironed and packed away nicely.
The house is super clean – floors are vacuumed and mopped, bench and table tops are wiped and everything is in its place.
My wardrobe is only filled with things I love and feel fantastic in when I wear them.
My make up collection is simple collection of things I need and use on a daily basis.
Above all I am surrounded by love and the people that I love, could not ask for anything more.
Practising daily gratitude has taught me to find immense joy even in the simplest things.