Finding your Happy Place


I thought about this quote a lot on my bike ride today in Tucson, AZ . I have realized that I always feel better during and after a ride. I use this knowledge to help me if I am stressed or in a bad mood. Being stressed or in a bad mood does make it harder in the beginning to start, but the way I feel afterwards makes pushing through the hard times well worth it. It really does work. This makes me think of the movie Happy Gilmore with Adam Sandler. He was always a better golfer when he thought about his “happy place”. Obviously, I know this is a comedy, but it really is true. It is true that you can’t buy happiness, but you can find things in your life to do that will make you happy, such as riding does for me. The way I look at is, what do you have to lose by giving this a try…… besides a bad mood and stress. Have a great, happy day 🙂

3 responses to “Finding your Happy Place

  1. Anthony Santomauro

    Great you have arrived Remember happiness is relative and temporary What you really must seek is peace which in and of itself bring self happiness Best Anthony from Fire Island

    PS where all my friends are amazed at the change in me thanks to all your effort and support Jeff saw photo of you and thinks you are cute!

    Sent from my iPhone

  2. Pingback: Day 4: All in all, a bad day | We Love Creativity

  3. Schulefand, you rock! 😉

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