The Little Things We All Enjoy
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The Little Things We All Enjoy

The smallest but most satisfying way to make a day.

The Little Things We All Enjoy

Someday you may want a house with a picket fence. Maybe a dog and a cat and a swing set in the front of your yard. You'll live in a nice neighborhood in the suburbs and you will travel to distant, exotic places. These dreams and goals will become the epitome of happiness. But while you build your dreams, there are small, more simple pleasure to be cultivated.

1. A full tank of gas.

2. Finding money you didn't know you had.

3. Figuring out your password to an old website.

4. Smelling a fresh cup of coffee.

5. Drinking a fresh cup of coffee.

6. Finding out you get free refills.

7. Anything that's free.

8. Clearance racks at stores.

9. Random cuddling.

10. Doing well on an assignment you thought you did horrible on.

11. Receiving a random compliment.

12. When someone holds the door for you.

13. Watching another person laugh and smile.

14. Eating a well-deserved, good home-cooked meal (prepared by someone else, of course).

15. Perfecting the art of applying eyeliner.

16. Finding the right song during the right moment.

17. Car rides by yourself or close ones.

18. Deep conversations.

19. Looking at the stars.

20. Figuring out it's Saturday and you don't have to go to class.

21. Sleeping in.

22. Completing a tedious project.

23. Stretching after a long day.

24. Coming home to a clean home.

25. Fresh, clean sheets on your bed.

26. The sudden scent of a good perfume.

27. Getting any Snail Mail from loved ones.

28. Finding a funny video online.

29. Finding your bank account not empty.

30. Reading, watching a movie and other leisurely activities during a rainy day.

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