The Key to Happiness…

the key to happiness is wanting what you have

Contentment is all about being okay with where you’re at and not wanting everything you don’t have. Really, I know there is no way I can be happy if I keep thinking about everything that’s not right or perfect in my life. The key to happiness and contentment for me? Wanting what I have, and being okay with where I’m at in life. For me, I have to accept life for what it is. Easier said than done some days but it’s a process, it’s not about doing it perfectly… xo.

What are you glad you have today? What makes you content right here, right now? 

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  1. Katie Fischer

    My kids and grandkids all came over for dinner today. I am so grateful for them, and I am grateful that after 11 months of being laid off, my husband recently started a new job and I can start saving again!

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  2. melanie

    I 100% agree. Though I love normality, so it isn’t really hard for me to feel content and happy. :P
    I like to appreciate the small things.

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  3. Rachel

    such good words on this subject….I am thankful that yesterday I got to spend the evening at a potluck with my closest friends and family. I am also thankful that I have been getting so many hours at my job so that saving is something I can start doing again.

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  4. Noel Guillory

    Very ture! I’m glad for my family and wonderful partner. We are in the process of moving to Denver and I’m thrilled! Also going on a frugal vacay this weekend to destress from the moving process. Life is wonderful right now :)

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  5. frances

    I am grateful that last week I made the last payment of my son’s private school tuition. It is very expensive, but I feel worth it, but I was only willing to do it if I could pay cash for is (no loans). Luckily, I have been able to work out a payment plan and am grateful I can do this for him. While it was a learning process on living on significantly less, I have been able to do it.

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  6. Michelle

    So true! I’m always shocked with friends mention how tiny our apartment is and ask when we are going to get something bigger. I love our tiny place. It’s easy to clean, easy to furnish, comes with a huge yard, and tons of counter space. Oh, and also a much smaller monthly payment :)

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