10 Things Sure to Put a SMILE on Your Face!
I talk all the time about the health benefits of smiling and the amazing effect this simple facial act has on your physical and mental well being. Smiling is like a muscle and our happiness and well being gets stronger with each grin.
An experiment out of UCLA proves that we can stimulate our own brains to feel how we want to feel, if we practice enough. We can choose what we find to be funny and not funny. And we can rehearse and strengthen the behavior patterns and neural networks that we choose. It is like building a muscle in that the more you stimulate it, the more that area develops.
It is easy to get caught up in the seriousness of life. Our responsibilities and commitments get in the way of the many pleasures this world has to offer. Source
The ImageLift® team and I want to make sure you take a moment to exercise that smile and recognize the things that are truly funny, sweet or just down right silly. The following list of items are sure to make you grin, giggle, chuckle, and of course SMILE
1. This sign that prohibits silly string
2. This text fail
3. This sassy baby
4. This photo that reminds you of the wonders of the body and human life
5. This goofy smiling dog
6. This beautiful picture of a double rainbow
7. This inspiring message that gives hope to families
8. This clever Starbucks pick-up
9. This detention slip that proves You Only Live Once Source
10. These silly kids having a great time
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