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新的一年 10條建議教你提升幸福感 韋沃教育祝您新年快樂



  1.Slow down


  We are human beings, not human doings and it’s very easy to forget that in the frenetic world in which we live. Make a point of setting aside time for a night off and defend space in your diary for doing nothing at all. And if you suffer from FOMO (the fear of missing out), recalibrate and think of it instead as the joy of missing out. A night in can be just what the doctor ordered to maintain a sense of control over busy lives.

  我們生而為人是一種存在,不是為做事而存在,而且我 們很容易就可以暫時忘記我們生存著的這個瘋狂的世界。在某一天晚上留出時間,寫寫日記,什么也不做,僅此而已。如果你會經歷無所事事的恐慌,那么就認真體 會這種感覺并享受它。在這樣一個晚上正是我們在忙碌生活中去維持自身存在感的一種方式。

  2. Be mindful


  Build a “mindful” activity into your day. It can be any routine activity you perform amid the haste of the day, like hand washing. Slow down and give the task your full attention. You’ll soon start appreciating these small moments of stillness.


  3. Follow the 60% rule


  Perfectionism is an illusion, but the pursuit of it is real and can have damaging consequences. So readjust your thinking. If a friendship, relationship, work project is 60% right, then you’re doing well. Beware too, of perfectionism’s close friends: an all or nothing approach; workaholism; fear of failure; and being over-sensitive to the judgement of others.

  完美主義是一種錯覺,但追求完美是真實的,而且會產生破壞性的結果。所以要調整你的思維。如果一份友誼、一段關系、工作項目是60%讓你滿意,那么你做的就 很好了。同時你也要小心那些有完美主義傾向的親密朋友:他們通常容易走極端;工作狂;害怕失敗;對別人的評價非常敏感。

  4. Nourish your body


  It’s a proven fact that the food we eat can have a direct impact on our mood and serotonin levels. So surround yourself with the good stuff: leafy green veg, probiotics, a sprinkle of cinammon and dark chocolate.




  The strong glare of a phone’s backlight isn’t conducive to deep sleep. I have instated a wind-down hour before bedtime in which the phone is firmly it its charging station. It’s all about creating the right conditions for your body to feel relaxed and able to sleep.


  6. Declutter


  Clearing cupboards helps give you a sense of control and owning your own space. It can be life-changing as Marie Kondo maintains in The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying: A simple, effective way to banish clutter forever. It also helps you enjoy the objects that you’ve consciously decided to keep instead of relegating them to the status of just more stuff.


  7. Breathe


  When things get too much, try the one-finger-on-the-nose breathing trick. Surreptitiously life a finger against one side of your nose. Then just breathe through the other nostril. By halving the rate at which you breathe, you lower your blood pressure and trigger the body’s relaxation response. Great in the face of strong emotions.


  8. Redefine failure


  Stumbling blocks can be stepping stones and failure can teach us so much. Be less risk-averse and adopt the attitude embodied by a cartoon in my office which says: I’ve made so many mistakes, and learnt so much, I’m thinking of making some more.


  9. Exercise


  Breaking a sweat, ideally first thing in the morning, releases endorphins and sets you up for the day. Lack of exercise can leave you feeling sluggish and lethargic, so, if you can, start your day right.


  10. Read a poem aloud


  As you do so, your mental to-do list melts away and your thoughts still, focusing entirely on the lyrical sounds of the words. One of my favourite poems is: The Lake Isle of Innisfree by W. B. Yeats; I will arise and go now, and go to Innisfree,/And a small cabin build there, of clay and wattles made. Imagine yourself in that bee-loud glade.

  當 你大聲朗讀時,你的腦中的待辦事項逐漸模糊,但你的思想仍在,把你的注意力全部放在抒情的文字上。我最喜歡的一首詩歌是葉芝的《茵湖島》:我將動身前去, 去往茵湖島,在那兒搭一個小屋,就用粘土和竹籬。想象自己置身于那樣一個蜜蜂嚶嚶的空地。