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Charles Chua C K runs LifeStyle Changes For Life blog. He was previously holding a management position in hotels and beach resorts. He is well versed in healthy lifestyle. He has some experience in teaching English language as well. Now he devotes his time to writing articles about his past experiences relating to health, career, money, home, relationships, education, happiness, Feng Shui, writing and more. The aim of his articles is to share useful tips about life with his readers.

Sonja Lyubomirsky, a psychologist from University of California who has been doing research on happiness for almost 20 years, offers you the 11 secrets of lasting happiness. The strategies are contained in her latest book, The How of Happiness: A Scientific Approach to Getting the Life You Want.
Mind Tools conducted an international survey covering 10,310 experienced business people in 131 countries in April 2008 and published their findings in a white paper.
According to psychologist Professor Ed Diener happiness is made up of several vital ingredients.
Positive psychology is a recent branch of psychology. It, among other things, seeks to make normal life more fulfilling. Martin Seligman, the Robert A.
How do you feel when you wake up in the morning, another dreadful day, nothing to look forward to? What you tell yourself early in the morning says a lot about what kind of a day it is going to be for you.
Are you bored at work? Do you find yourself with little to do at your workplace? Actually it is not the job itself, it's the way you react to the job.
This is the title of a book written by someone who called himself the Chief Happiness Officer. His name is Alexander Kjerulf. He speaks and consults on happiness at work all over the world.
Buddhism holds the secret of happiness and the key method of achieving this is meditation. From meditation Buddhists train their brains to feel true happiness and control aggressive instincts. It is backed by research.
Mid- Autumn Festival is a very important celebration for the Chinese all over the world. The festival is just as grand as the Chinese New Year. It is celebrated on the fifteenth day of the eighth month of the Chinese calendar.
The first thing I do when I get up early in the morning is to have a round of Tai Chi for about fifteen minutes. As the movements of Tai Chi are slow and graceful I feel calm, relaxed and a sense of inner peace after the exercise.