What Makes You Happy?

9 questions to find out what makes you happy!

Tags: Personality, Attitude, Character-Trait, Lifestyle, Living, Mind

Here are all the results with descriptions

For you, life is about tasting everything it has to offer. So many colors, textures, and flavors combine to make delicious dishes and that fact moves you. Whether you are a five-star chef or someone who struggles with boiling water, you carry a deep appreciation for good food. It is clear to see that food boosts your mood just make sure it is not your only source of happiness.

For you, strolling through the aisles of a store and eyeing something new or different gives you a rush. Whether it is clothes, shoes, or furniture, buying things makes you feel accomplished. Although you sometimes worry if you really need all that you buy, you remind yourself that you deserve nice things. Still, you are certain that your actions are completely healthy, right?

For you, having people around just makes things more comfortable and natural. From family and friends to colleagues and co-workers, someone is always with you or around you. Being by yourself is not necessarily unnerving to you, however it does make you feel like you are missing out on something. Staying involved in the lives of others helps you feel fulfilled.

For you, there is just something about climbing into a big, comfy chair with a book in your hand. You are not one who relies heavily on book reviews or word of mouth. No, you are much more interested in the plot, the setting, and the characters. Most importantly, you enjoy how the words on those pages take you beyond your chair and four walls to a distant world.

For you, every moment in life has its soundtrack. You are never too far from a set of headphones and some device that faithfully holds all your favorite tunes. Your love for music goes so much deeper than modern day pop stars and billboard charts. Your musical inspirations consist of some artists that most people have never heard of, and yes, vinyl is still the purest form for music recordings.

For you, being at peace means dialing your mind, body, and spirit into your source of creation. Connecting to your center calms your nerves and gives you focus like nothing else. Be it prayer, meditation, yoga, or exercise, you set aside time to support your sanity daily. Whenever you miss out on this precious time of the day, a big part of you feels empty and downright incomplete.