What you can do: Try to include glimpses of nature in your daily routine—actual nature, not a digital facsimile.
What you can do: Visiting someone in the hospital? Skip the get-well balloons and stuffed animals, and bring a potted plant instead.
What you can do: Buy, adopt, or grow a houseplant to cultivate your overall well-being.
What you can do: Bolster your health with simple happiness-boosting strategies: Give thanks, exercise your strengths, take note of your blessings.
What you can do: Put down the remote; spend time with friends and family instead.
What you can do: Walk fast and sleep tight.
What you can do: Cultivate happiness in yourself; expose yourself to happiness from others.
What you can do: Learn to control your anger by breathing deeply and solving problems instead of stewing.
What you can do: Acknowledge your losses, then focus on what’s really important, such as friends and family.
What you can do: Protect your heart with a healthy lifestyle. Analyze your mood every 9 months, then talk to your doctor to see if you’re ready to come off the meds.