5 Ways to Easily Add Exercise to Your Busy Schedule

Finding the time to exercise every day can be difficult. Between working, studying, grocery shopping, cooking, doing laundry, taking care of kids – who has time to fit in a workout? Luckily, there are many ways to be physically active. Once you figure out what you enjoy and what works best for your lifestyle, it’ll be easy to keep up. Here’s 5 tips for fitting in those workouts: 1. Find […]

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Meet Cali!

Happie Tuesday! I just thought I’d share one of the loves of my life with you. This is Cali! She’s my sweet Terrier-Chihuahua mix puppy who’s actually about to be 4 years old in a couple weeks. I’ve known her since she was 2 weeks old when one of my cousin’s dogs had puppies. Although I wish I could say that I saved her from a local rescue or animal […]

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Getting Mentally Fit – 4 Unexpected Benefits of Exercise

    Exercise is important for your mind as well as your body. We all know that exercising can help us lose weight and get stronger. But we don’t always think about the mental health benefits of exercise. These alone should be enough to inspire anybody to add physical activity to their daily routines. Here’s 4 unexpected benefits of exercise: 1. Exercise relaxes you. Exercising can put us in a […]

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You Are Not Alone – Challenges We Face and How They Make Us Human

Everyone has something to say. Everyone faces challenges by viewing the world in a different way. Everyone has their own feelings and opinions that may be slightly or greatly different than those of others. There does not have to be “right” or “wrong” positions. That’s the beauty of the internet. You can find almost anything online, and there’s always a place for anyone looking to contribute. Chances are that whatever […]

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Welcome

Welcome to Think Happie! I created this blog to provide support, inspiration, and encouragement to those of us who have a little trouble thinking positively sometimes. Life can be stressful and can take a toll on us both physically and mentally. Some of us, though, are vulnerable to mental health issues brought on by daily struggles. I first noticed symptoms of mild depression and anxiety in 2010 when my grandmother […]

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