Chatting with strangers?

Posted on
January 5, 2020

Most people think a simple chat with a stranger will be awkward and not very good for well-being. Actually, it's a great way to feel less lonely and to boost your mood.

Follow these 3 steps to a happier you 🙂
👫Take time to connect with other people - Call up a friend you haven't spoken to in a while. Or just chat with the barista at a coffee shop
✍️Count your blessings - Jot down a few things you're thankful for before bed each night.
🤗Remember: your circumstances don't matter as much as you think - Take a load off your mind and realize that things are okay just the way they are.

Posted on
September 18, 2019
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