Make an investment in your family and friends. Rather than buying things, we should invest in developing our closest connections by sharing experiences and freeing up time to spend together.
Join a group. The "social capital" you obtain by willingly and frequently engaging with others, whether through a formal club or not, has long been known to build a sense of belonging
Make your faith a priority. If you don't have a traditional faith or don't practise it conventionally, this may seem impracticable.
A purposeful workout regimen should be included to your everyday stroll. Regular exercise of any kind improves mood and social functioning.
Act politely. Happiness is regularly proven to be highly and positively connected with agreeableness, which may be readily enhanced.