How To Find Balance In Your Life

How To Find Balance In Your Life
How To Find Balance In Your Life

There is no perfect guide to happiness. None of us can ever be happy all the time. Every person is an individual, and every person wants different things out of life. The ultimate guide to happiness involves finding balance in your life; you should at least be content with the way you look, feel and approach each day. If you do feel sad, stressed, anxious or even lost at times, there is hope. The key is to feel a deep sense of happiness with yourself and who you are. If you’re struggling to find your way in life and you don’t know how to achieve this magical goal of “true happiness” that people seem to mention so often then here are some ideas which might help you approach the world in a new way.

Healthy eating.

You don’t need to become a health nut to be happy, but it’s no secret that good health leads to a happier life. There’s a clear link between food and the brain, and you’re probably well aware of that. You feel that rush of excitement when you eat a delicious meal and perhaps a pain of soul-crushing pain when you eat something which doesn’t taste the best. That’s the conscious effect food has on our mind, but nutrition also affects your brain cells on a physical level. Food improves your mood and general energy; in fact, our guts essentially pull the strings in our brain. That’s why you might get “hangry” when you haven’t eaten in awhile. Eat well, and you’ll feel well.

Relax your mind.

It isn’t just physical health that you should be maintaining but the health of your mind too. You should learn about the techniques involved with medication and try to balance your thoughts. It is our minds which so often let us down when it comes to finding happiness. We can reason with ourselves and say that we should be happy, but sometimes anxiety or worries hold us back from listening to rationality and logic. Avoid indulging yourself on unhealthy treats when you’re feeling blue because junk food only provides temporary comfort; as mentioned above, healthy food is the answer to feeling happier.

Mindfulness is about learning to listen to your body in order to calm your mind. Trying breathing exercises might seem dull and worthy of eye-rolling, but simply taking some time to appreciate the simplicity of your physical self can help you to ignore the complexity of the outer world. On that train of thought, you could also look into massage therapy to help relieve pain and relax your body, as the body and mind are so closely interlinked. Being healthy and happy is all about a state of mind.


This might be everybody’s least favorite suggestion, but it’s one of the most important in achieving personal success. There’s an endless abundance of research to prove that exercise affects the mind. If you want to be a happier person then start moving more. Walk to the shop rather than driving; enjoy the fresh air and the birds in the trees. You might find that your mental state starts to improve.


It’s a known fact that people with strong faith in God are actually happier. Being at peace with all that God has created gives one a sense of well-being that nothing else on earth can. Your relationship with God helps you to grow spiritually. After all, we are spiritual beings having a temporary physical experience. Spend time praying to God and building your relationship with your Heavenly Father. You’ll find that in some mystical way, all your problems seems to disappear, or at least, don’t seem too difficult to handle.

Jacqueline Maddison is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Beverly Hills Magazine. She believes in shining light on the best of the best in life. She welcomes you into the world of the rich and famous with the ultimate luxury lifestyle.
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