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I give a lot of advice.

I don’t know whether it’s good or not, but people tend to be happy after I give it.  I have friends who are in need of help on how to handle situations in their life with their jobs, loved ones or friends and those who find themselves at a standstill in their lives, wondering what they’re next step should be. My advice is almost always the same for everyone, just worded differently in each case. As anyone who’s been reading my blog for awhile should know, that advice is always based on the thought of “do what makes you happy”.

In 99% of cases you can make the decision to change whatever is in your life that isn’t making you happy. It’s not always easy or fast, but changes can be made. Hate your job? Try to find another, it might take a while, but you’ll never find a new one if you don’t try, so try your damn hardest. Not happy in your relationship? Lay it out on the table, make it known. Have a mature conversation with your loved one and see what changes. Maybe the relationship ends, and that sucks, but now you’re left open to the world to go on and find someone who will make you happy, instead of being in a situation where you aren’t. Dramatic situations constantly interrupting your life? Stop talking about it. You’d be shocked at how much happier you will be just by not venting the drama anymore. Move beyond the negative in your life, leave it behind you. Embrace the little things. Enjoy the sunshine. Smile. Have a good day. You can do it, I promise.

It’s worth it.

I’m not an expert by any means. But if it makes you happy… do it.