Happiness Isn’t a Destination

I’ve been writing for a few different websites lately and wanted to share a post I wrote for InvisiblyME, called Happiness Isn’t a Destination.

It’s an expansion on topics I’ve discussed before – the elusive nature of happiness, the rat race and the need to redefine our own version of what happiness means for us individually.

I was delighted to put together the post for such a brilliant blog and I hope you enjoy the collaboration.

You can head on over to InvisiblyME’s website to read it, by following this link: 🙂

Happiness Isn’t A Destination

Written by Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism

Rachel is a Thyroid Patient Advocate and Expert with Six 2018 WEGO Health Award Nominations. She is a highly ranked writer appearing in the Top Hypothyroidism Websites and Top Thyroid Websites 2018. Currently studying for relevant qualifications and certificates in Life Coaching, Diet and Nutrition, Reflexology and more, she has worked with The National Academy of Hypothyroidism, The BBC, The Mighty, Dr. Hedberg, Thyroid UK and ThyroidChange, to name just a few. She is well recognised as a trusted and useful contributor to the thyroid community.

2 thoughts on “Happiness Isn’t a Destination

  1. I read your ‘guest post’ on Invisibly Me last week and commented on it, what a nice way to look at life. If we didn’t live with our chronic conditions we wouldn’ t be who we are , we’d be someone else.
    I am just about to post on the exact saying thing following up from this as I’ve read it three times now. Happiness isn’t a destination, it’s a state and if we were only happy all the time we wouldn’t be able to feel any other emotions.

    1. Ah, thank you 🙂 So lovely that you follow Caz on InvisiblyME too!

      I’ve learnt over the years that we have to move on from the bitterness and grief and learn to view life differently and more accepting of the change it throws at us.

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