Who hasn't dreamed of winning the lottery? Sure, we've all heard the statistics - the odds of winning are less than the odds of meeting your high school sweetheart while climbing Mount Kilimanjaro at precisely 2:32 p.m. on September 26. You are more likely to be struck by lightening on separate occasions, be crushed by a meteorite or even become an astronaut than you are to win the jackpot.
Animals have the right idea. They spend their lives running, playing and just enjoying life. Without many cares in the world, these animals can give us a tip or two on how to live a happier life! Whether it's to be more unique like an elephant or find time to relax like an alligator, we can all learn a lot from these happy-go-lucky animals.
Life is an ever-evolving tapestry of lessons, growth and expansion and when you are truly tuned into the messages along the way, you find your life transforms in ways you never thought possible.
My time as a volunteer isn't always fun -- there is usually time, energy and even money involved -- but it is always meaningful and gratifying.
Set your soul free by adopting these five habits; they are the building blocks of happiness and greater inner peace.
Navy SEAL Combat Veteran joins HuffPost Live to discuss how he found happiness.
Welcome to Thrive on Live with @CaroMT. Everyone encourages you to find your purpose and discover your true passion, but it's more than just a gateway to more meaning. It can actually increase your lifespan. We will discuss how and why this happens.
Rabbi Levi Brackman talks with Caroline about how you don't have to believe in God to find your purpose in life.
These aren’t just academic questions. They can help us determine where we should invest our energy to lead the life we want
Happiness, I have found, is like a fruity, sweet mimosa- - soft, pleasant and fun, but somewhat flimsy. A joyposeful life, on the other hand, is like a heady, thick cabernet or smooth, aged bourbon -- impactful, multidimensional, complex and substantial.