Cry a Little, Laugh a Lot: Message to Millennials

When was the last time you had a good laugh? Really, the type of laugh that makes your sides hurt. It’s time to cry a little, and laugh a lot. 

 Did you know, the average millennial feels behind in life? From being underpaid while working a 9-5, to hustle culture, to not being married before 30 – millennials are always expected to do, instead of just being.  

You should definitely be pursuing excellence, but below are four tips to enjoy life along the way. 

#1: Do the Unexpected 

Predictable equals ugly! Take a different route home, cook something different for dinner, or switch up your style. We live in a world today where everyone is talking about having a morning routine, face care routine, even a LIFE routine. 

While structure is needed, don’t forget to be a little spontaneous. No one likes predictable patty. Switch it up on people every now and again, and notice how much fun life can be. 

#2: Laugh at Yourself 

Did you accidently trip in public, or maybe a stranger caught you talking to yourself at the red light: laugh. 

Learning to laugh at yourself will take away at least half of your stress. You’re not perfect; that’s what makes you beautiful. Learn to love being a human being with quirks, flaws, and your own unique perspective. After all, different perspectives of the human experience are what makes life worth living. 

#3:  Find Something You Enjoy 

Escape the prison of working just to pay bills. Live! Life is too short to not do something you enjoy. When you have the courage to do what makes you happy, you instantly become a more joyous and gracious person. 

Do you like giving advice, are you extremely into fashion, or maybe you enjoy making other’s laugh? For the next seven days, study yourself and figure out what it is you truly enjoy, and have the courage to do it. 

  

#4:  Laugh on Purpose 

Don’t wait for laughter to find you, you have to go out and find it. Make laughing a priority. On your daily to-do list, right up there with working out and working on your brand, schedule time to watch a funny video, or talk to the friend who’s always cracking jokes. To be a person who doesn’t laugh is a life wasted. Laughter is good medicine; don’t forget your daily dose.  

Thank you so much for reading! For more life hacks check out my audiobook Clean Mirrors. As always, share this with a friend who needs to hear this. We’ll talk soon.  

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