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analyze.life & understand your happiness!
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You have to fight through some bad days to earn the best days of your life.
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We don't see things as they are, we see things as they are.
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As explained by Charles Duhigg, habits have 3 common elements that work on a loop: 1) a cue or trigger; 2) the routine itself; and 3) a reward.

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“Imagine a big explosion as you climb through 3,000 ft. Imagine a plane full of smoke. Imagine an engine going clack, clack, clack.” It can all change in an instant.

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The Danish word, which is pronounced “hoo-gah”, means comfortable, cozy, pleasant. It has no direct translation into English, but if you ask a Dane what hygge means, the answer will be that it is lots of sweet things on a winter day, or that it means more than cozy – it means enjoying a chat with a friend or having breakfast in bed on a Sunday, or that having a hygge time equals scented candles, woollen socks, having a glass of wine and watching a movie.

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Modern lifestyle, filled with screens, excess of work, and a bad nutrition might be the cause for sleep disturbances, with stress as the the number one reason.



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If I spend more than half of my waking hours doing something that causes more pain than joy, can the rest of the day compensate enough to still have the potential of making me a happy person? We could discuss the answer, but most probably it would be no.

Now, can I still be happy at work if I have a grumpy and unsupportive boss, if my wage is not very competitive, and if I find my job dull? Surprisingly, the answer can be yes.

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So the first thing you need to do is to identify the reason or origin of your boredom. Is it because your life is not interesting enough? Is it because of frustration or unmet needs? Is it because you lack goals? Or maybe you are stuck and have stopped learning or experiencing new stuff?
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