This may sound cheesy, but truly, happiness is not something that can be attained through reaching some far off, one off goal or achievement. It is something that must be embodied and worked on just like any other practice.
Some studies show that 76% of employees feel their work stress has a damaging effect on their personal life and relationships. This is why it is essential to achieve a healthy balance between work and personal time.
The concept of happiness can be mistaken as a single state of being that we all should strive to attain; and once we reach it, we will feel ultimate bliss. But what many don’t realize is that happiness is more about the journey than the destination. Often times, we fanaticize about a distant time in the future when we will feel better or being in a happier state of mind. But finding happiness is something we must work on every single day.