Our little one is smiling all the time now. It”s as if she waits for either of us to walk up close enough to see her face and starts smiling right away. Needless to say, we stop in our tracks and start smiling back!
It’s incredible how quickly she grows and learns new things about human interaction. She’s quite a personality already – and that’s only 2+ months! :) I wonder what it’s going to be like when she really grows up! ;)
Smiling is always good – I just had to say it here. Smiling not only makes you feel physically better, but it quite often triggers some really happy thoughts you never thought you might have. When I see our little angel smiling at me, I feel such an energy boost that I’m ready to tackle almost anything!
For some of us, smiling is the most basic and common physiology thing. Take me, for instance: it’s as natural and as essential for me to smile and laugh as it is to breathe. Smiling helps me cope with my everyday tasks, and it also gives me the necessary support when there’s no one else around me.
But for others, it may take a little while to really get used to smiling. You can’t go wrong here – as soon as you bring the smile on your face, it will eventually take the shadow of any saddness or depression off your heart. It may not work the very first time you try it, but be persistent – it’s really worth it to master your smiles!
There’s always something to smile about! You may be having a hell of a day at work, but a quick peek at your loved ones’ photos is bound to bring a little smile on your face. And when it does, just think quickly – maybe it’s really the time to give them a phone call, hear the voices you love so much, and smile even more? I do this from time to time, simply because I know it will work for me. And it always does. It works magic!
One day I’ll write a list of best things you can improve about yourself to make your future personal growth easy and fun process. Not sure about all the rest items, but smiling is definitely going to be on this list. It is one of the strongest self-motivation techniques everyone of us has.