For the most part, the individuals in my family are on top of our rituals. Every year between Black Friday and Christmas time my family and I go to different malls to seek out all of the great discounts. The holidays always have a unique spot in our hearts because we know this is the time of year we can be able to be all together and enjoy the special days together. There are certain ways families celebrate their own rituals and the way that my family and I highlight every holiday (Galvin 119). Lately, this ritual has been slowly dying, but I hope we can have this interest in the future when I have a family on my
Charles Dickens introduces the characters of Joe and Mr. Pocket to convey a universal theme. They both have similar characteristics in that they both want the betterment of Pip. They both teach Pip important life lessons. Since their characteristics match, it leads them to both convey a universal theme that inner worth is a source of happiness. For them their family, career, and how they live life makes them happy.
Through healthy relationships, our lives become enriched. When we have the glory of sharing everyday of our lives with another person who cares about us then all troubles seem small. A life partner is someone who supports and struggles side by side with us. These healthy relationships allows us to never be alone in our tasks that sometimes may mount up and swallow us. Our friends, family, and spouses enrich our lives simply through their love for us.
This moments are the ones to be cherished, and the ones who give me happiness and hopefulness to the future. They help me have optimism that our future will be enjoyable and as advantageous as possible. I surround myself with optimists, and these people help me find the bright side to every single thing. Yes, this speech is certainly long and I didn't want to start it, but at least I will feel accomplished after, and that feeling is great.
The love and comfort we receive from the people we’re surrounded by makes us feel emotionally fulfilled and better about ourselves. Without these sensations, we wouldn’t be able to function or feel motivated each day. Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is a theory that shapes this satisfaction through the shape of a pyramid demonstrating the basic human needs. In addition, it consists of physiological, safety, social belonging, esteem, and lastly, self-belonging (McLeod). Each of sub-theories can apply to any kind of work, whether it’d be through our daily lives, media, or literature.
When we get excited about a new job, the test that we just aced, or whatever the case may be, our emotions tend to reflect in a positive manner. For example, when conducting research on the presence of happiness, the article “Toward a Positive
The reason sports is a huge part of my culture is because every weekend for the seahawks our family/friends get together and watch the games cook food and watch the seahawks win and every week we switch off each others houses. Secondly I play 3 sports i get that from my dad I play basketball, football, baseball and that occupies most of my life I practice every day of the week with those sports it has taken my life, but I am happy about it. Sports have taught me so much that when I grow up I want to be a coach of some kind either rec competition or professional and I want to teach basketball or baseball. Sports bring my family together we go to mariners games every once in awhile and that brings us closer together and become nicer to each other because we can't really fight at a game. Another part of my culture is what we do on the holidays,
Networking with people in the industry will improve my chances of getting a job. It has brought to my attention by the placement that it is often about who you know rather than what. Also, everyone at my placement was very friendly which made me realise they’d make good industry contacts. I am going to try to connect to the people I met during my placement on a social and/or professional level. I will also try and gain additional contacts in the industry through industry events.
If I’m ever stuck on what to write about, I think of my family. If I ever need help with any of my homework, I will go to my family. This applies outside of academics too. If I ever need someone to rely on, it will always be my family. Out of all the flash drafts I wrote I chose this one, and that is an obvious giveaway on where my success is based.
I always try to please my friends by making them laugh or agreeing with them. Lennie tries to please his friends by emulating their actions and being nice to everybody regardless of who or what they are. I try to be nice to everybody as well so we have that in common. Another quality we share is being a good worker. Lennie is so strong that he can pick up several bags and load them into the truck by himself, while it takes two regular
At work, ESFJs like to cooperate with others to accomplish tasks effectively and punctually. They show loyalty in everything they do and willingly help others, even with small tasks. ESFJs observe what their family, friends, and coworkers need in their everyday lives and work to make life easier for them by providing it. They appreciate personal recognition for their
They brought food to share, and I, of course, made many lists for this holiday dinner, so as not to forget anything. I included horsdevores, dinner, and desserts, as part of the menu. And again… I forgot things that were needed. I made up another list for my hubby to take to the store, sang jubilantly, “Honey, I forgot to get…” He looks at me disdainfully, rolls his eyes, and says, “Give me a list.”
I came away from the interview feeling more positive about my own job situation. Like Jared, I am starting to view my current job as a helpful means toward my landing my dream job. It is amazing how seeing one person 's job satisfaction can increase your own sense of happiness at