17 August 2012

Posted by Lisa-Marie Dutt |
As this quote suggests; Laughter is a cheap form of medicine and requires little effort to succeed in. I know that some people have difficulty finding a reason to laugh, or even smile about something, but if you don't try hard enough, you won't see the joy in anything. At one point, my happiness had faded out so much that I couldn't even reach for it anymore; I was that worn out and tired of everything.

Never in my life have I felt that way, and only recently have I seen the light, took a step back and hit the negativeness over the head with a great big mop and sent it back to where it came from. Being stuck in a negative and miserable state like that is never going to get you anywhere. If you don't try to be happy through your misery, and find something to be glad about, you'll never achieve it.

It is not as hard as it may seem to find humour in certain things, even the things that don't particularly need any amount of laughter at all. If you can laugh things off at times when you would likely do the complete opposite, you'll find just what you've been looking for, happiness and peace of mind. Try it, give a little laugh when you don't feel like it and you just might be surprised.
Posted by Lisa-Marie Dutt |
Just a fun little post about the things I would want to do if I were rich. Everyone dreams about having more money than they know what to do with, so why not create your own list of things you would achieve if it ever happened?

  • Small house in Llandudo
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Indoor library (Beauty & The Beast)
  • Donate a lot to charities
  • Travel around the world
  • Be able to finally publish my stories!
  • Build a chocolate factory (Wonka Style)

There isn't all that much I can think of that I would want to be honest. I've been trying for a few days to think of things I might be interested in that I don't already have or do, but there's not an awful lot I desperately need.

I'm always content with what I already have. Bearing in mind, I do complain when I don't have something I want in the moment, and could probably list off thousands of things if I was going on those alone. How about you? what would you do/want if you had the money you don't have right now?