By Suzie Doscher
How about looking at the New Year as being the year of moving forward and making the kind of changes that stick forever, instead of making New Year's Resolutions?
Try something new Instead of focusing on the classic New Year's Resolutions, such as these:
By Marina Khidekel, Head of Content Development at Thrive Global
A recent study found that people who laugh (or even smile) frequently are less stressed in the face of anxiety-inducing events, and even show fewer physical and emotional stress symptoms than those who laugh less often.
Researchers are finding that laughter can act as a buffer for feelings of stress and overwhelm — and in particularly challenging times, leaning into moments of levity, joy, and silliness can boost our mental health and help us deal with feelings of anxiety and uncertainty.We asked our Thrive community to share one thing that’s making them laugh during this challenging time. Which of these is bringing a smile to your face right now?
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