How much can a smile change? Turns out, it can do more than I thought. I especially like point 3 about the positive chain reaction.
You sit nervously at your desk while your teacher gives back graded tests. You studied all week. You stayed up late. You skipped date night. You receive your test, quickly skim to the bottom, and see a crazy red symbol: A. You breathe a sigh of relief, and finally let an ear-to-ear smile take over your face.
We’re accustomed to smiling after receiving after receiving positive news, hearing a great joke, or seeing our friends. However, when you step back, you realize there are many smaller moments (that are less profound) that deserve a smile as well, as they happen much more frequently. There are also functions under the skin surface that you never see, but can definitely feel. Case in point: spend as much time smiling as possible (without being weird about it).
Here are our Top 10 Reasons to Smile:
1 – It’s healthy. Smiling reduces stress…
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