Well around here, we think that listening to relaxing favorites certainly help with general happiness.  I mean finding a radio station that everyone likes at work, is a beautiful thing ;-)

But, just there are some other pretty good suggestions (23 in all) from Psychology Today.

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1. First, get to really know yourself

"How are you supposed to build the right happiness skills if you don't know which ones you are struggling with in the first place? This is why it's helpful to take a quiz to explore your happiness strengths and weaknesses.   Get a better understanding of what these skills are all about, and learn how to improve upon your weaknesses and build your "happiness strengths."

2. Up your confidence! 

Why would you bother increasing your happiness if you didn't think you could be successful at it? You wouldn't. That's why it's so important to build your self efficacy— to prove to yourself that you can increase your happiness. The best way to do this is by starting with easier skills.  Skills like gratitude or prioritizing spending time doing fun things. Get a quick win, and you'll be more confident that you really can change your life.

3.  Remember balance

How are you supposed to have the energy to be happier if you're exhausted and miserable from work? It will be really hard. Building new skills, skills that will help you be happier, will take time and energy.

For the complete list click here

You Deserve it!  ;-))))))