Aida Zabidi

For the longest time, being happy was a conscious decision that was always at the forefront of my mind. 

I was lucky that I had read a book called Seven Habits for Highly Effective Teens in my youth, and it contained so much good advice that I still apply to my life today - one of the most important pieces of advice that I thought was to find a 'centre', the guiding principles to live your life by. 

I chose to chase after happiness and inner peace, to wake up every day with the conscious choice to be happy, and it was a choice I never regretted.

It may seem strange, but it does work to an extent. 

Happiness truly can be a state of mind.
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