7 Daily Habits That Will Turn You Into an Optimist
Stuck seeing the glass half empty? Truth be told, a lot of us are. Being a pessimist is far too easy because focusing on the negatives seems less difficult than finding the positives. However, being a Negative Nancy can have some serious consequences. Research has found that pessimists are more stressed, less happy, and less healthy than their optimistic counterparts.
A 2015 study found that optimists were more likely to eat healthily, keep a healthy BMI, exercise regularly, and not smoke. It was also found that they had healthier blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol levels.