Put Smile on Your Face…Yes! All the Time :)

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There are 365 days per year= 8,760 hours= 525,600 minutes= 31,536,000 seconds. Do you know how often you complain anything? What’s your emotion most of the time? Do you at least spend 262,800 minutes to feel happy, which is only half year?

Do you smile most of the time?

When we think through these questions above, we start to realize it is a scary amount of time, which we should be happy! I always hear people say that “You need to get through everyday no matter happy or not, so why don’t you choose to be happy?” It looks like a simple statement that we all understand but hard to follow the spirit. We always want to control our emotion that we all try to be happy. It is not easy!

“Put smile on your face,” I would say!

I think when we start to learn how to give the smile face, it is getting closer to the real happiness. I do believe when we change our behavior/ outlook, we will start to feel that way. We all have pressure from bad teammates, annoying bosses and disrespectful friends etc., who we need to deal with everyday. And we also have lots things happened around us that we don’t often feel satisfy. Let’s start to see these “unhappy” things differently! Let’s start to put the smile face on! Let’s relax and have a deep breath, and tell ourselves that everything will be ok. You will notice that you start to feel and see things in the bright side. Don’t ever underestimate the power of “smile on your face!” It is the most powerful tool on daily life. In workplace, school, family and social party etc., the smile face will always help you to win attention and respect. Here are some tips that how we motivate ourselves to put on our smile face:

  1. Believe good things will happen to happy people more, so smile! 🙂
  2. Bad emotion will keep friends away, so smile! 🙂
  3. Happy mind brings to better health, and better health brings to good life, so smile! 🙂
  4. For women, smile is the best makeup we can have, so smile! 🙂

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. ireneyachan
    Mar 08, 2011 @ 11:42:19

    I totally agree, Jenny! A minute spent being upset is 60 seconds of happiness you’ll never get back.


  2. Jenny Tsai
    Mar 08, 2011 @ 11:44:22

    Thank you, Irene. 🙂 yes, so let’s smile instead feeling upset/ angry.


  3. Estefania
    Mar 08, 2011 @ 11:46:30

    Hey! ireneyachan, that is such a good quote 🙂

    Jenny, you are great at this, (at least it’s helping me out) so glad I decided to start reading your blog 🙂


  4. Jenny Tsai
    Mar 08, 2011 @ 11:50:08

    Thank you for your support, Estefania 🙂 I am glad my blog can motivate you. I will keep working on my blog and sharing more thoughts with you. 🙂


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