By: Maria Climent Huguet
Maria Climent is a 26-year-old Catalan lady. After studying translation, she decided her life was odd enough to became a humor scriptwriter and by default, a blogger. This is how she’s now a mother of no one and a better person. She also likes to cook!

Everybody knows how healthy it is to laugh our ass off (out loud at best), as it not only improves our big heart’s physiology and breathing, but it also helps us avoid a negative vision of life: Problems are less troublesome and happy moments are more joyful if we are laughing. The problem comes when laughing is not a habit for us, but just an occasional thing, something that happens from time to time.

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To make you aware of how your life quality can improve by including this habit in your daily life, and in your travels, I’ve made a list of things that you can easily do to adopt laughing as a quotidian thing in your life:
Dedicate some time of the day to things you like or find funny – like a hilarious website. Or watch those youtube videos until they get a smile out of you. Start to look at the funny side of life.

Don’t hold back your laughter.

Look for the positive news of the day and try to focus on the good things that have occurred instead of the bad (bad things can have more weight than the good ones, and it shouldn’t be that way)

Surround yourself with people who smile a lot, it’s sticky and contagious! I realised this when I spent some time at one of the Seville apartments, in this city people are so relaxed and so willing to make jokes – laugh out loud all the time, that it’s really contagious.

Moreover, you’ll see that, when it comes to travelling, if you have a smiling attitude, you’ll attract similar people, perhaps positive and optimistic people. Otherwise, going on a holiday to one of the Seville apartments would not be as enjoyable if you surround yourself with negative people. So, apply the tips above as an optimistic way of life is undoubtedly leading to nicer things.
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