It's easy and natural to focus on what is wrong. That is good it drives us to improve.
I learned to do more than that. At the end of the day my wife and I list of a few things we are thankful for. It turns out this makes us way happier. It's not usually big things. I list things like I'm thankful that we have time and money to have a puppy.
Life is better than we recognize.
It's also refreshing to have a sense of complete creative control over a thing, rather than being subject to external whims; the latter of which gradually chip away at your humanity.
The best was right in the beginning as I was getting a little uncomfortable come up, there was a Sea Turtle right beneath me that my buddy pointed out. Came within 10 feet and was curiously looking at us. They hold their breath like us.
Really let's you relate at a deep level to the other animals/beings on earth and feel at ease as you "just do it" in life. Then all your neurotic life scenarios just seem silly afterwards.
And a Heaven in a Wild Flower,
Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand
And Eternity in an hour."
It's also nice to have someone love you unconditionally, and someone you can give to and share everything with, without expecting anything back.
Also, really good espresso.
My favorites are probably Irish red, NE IPA, and oatmeal stout. Maybe a dry hopped grislette.
Useless for me now.
Idk i think i'm basically done with it.
Well it was small at first!
Eating at restaurants