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50 simple things that make Brits feel great





The U.K. healthcare group Bupa sponsored in 2015 a survey that asked 2,000 people to name their favorite feel-good moments. Freshly made sheets came top of the list, followed by feeling the sun on the face.





Here is the full list:

  1. Sleeping in a freshly-made bed
  2. Feeling the sun on your face
  3. People saying “thank you” or a random act of kindness from a stranger
  4. Finding money in unexpected places
  5. Having time to myself
  6. Laughing so hard it hurts
  7. Snuggling on the sofa with a loved one
  8. Freshly-made bread
  9. Doing something for others
  10. The clean feeling after a shower
  11. When your favorite song comes on the radio
  12. Finding a bargain in the sales
  13. Listening to the rainfall/thunderstorms when you’re inside
  14. Freshly-brewed tea/coffee
  15. The thrill of personal achievement
  16. Having a long hot bath
  17. Seeing a fresh coating of snow
  18. Freshly-cut grass
  19. Chocolate melting in your mouth




  1. Doing something active outdoors (e.g. bike ride, run, country walk)
  2. Bacon cooking in the morning
  3. Talking to or playing with your pet
  4. A soothing massage
  5. That “Friday feeling”
  6. A perfectly-cooked steak
  7. Waking up before the alarm and realizing there’s more time to sleep
  8. Doing exercise
  9. Rainbows
  10. Remembering the name of something/someone you thought you’d forgotten
  11. Making a perfectly-baked cake/pie
  12. Stepping on crunchy autumn leaves
  13. Popping bubble wrap
  14. Swimming in the sea/lake
  15. New car smell
  16. Dancing like no one is watching
  17. The smell of new books/magazines
  18. Smell of a fine wine
  19. Putting your “Out of Office” on before going on holiday
  20. Putting on a brand new pair of socks
  21. Watching your breath float away in cold air
  22. Getting new stationary
  23. Singing in the shower
  24. Getting a seat on the bus/train/subway
  25. Picking an easy peel orange from the fruit bowl
  26. Loosening your jeans after you’ve eaten
  27. The “pop” when you open a new jar of jam
  28. Squeezing a [pimple]
  29. Cleaning the wax from your ears
  30. Cleaning the bathroom
  31. The royal family

Source: Daily Mail (https://goo.gl/jr6i9k)




2018-12-14T15:21:27+00:00Laughter Blog|

About the Author:

Sebastien Gendry is a speaker, trainer and consultant, expert in laughter for wellness and wellbeing. He played a major role in introducing Laughter Therapy in North America, Russia, Palestine and other countries, inspired the creation of 100s of Laughter Clubs worldwide, and is the creator of the Laughter Wellness method. He has been offering a variety of laughter programs every year on three to four continents for the past decade and continues to do so.

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