Life Doctor Series: How to Find Your Formula for True Happiness

Mrs. Enchumbao

I’m a salsa-dancing, globe-trotting, people-watching ball of energy. I challenge the status quo and empower others to do the same.

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9 Responses

  1. LM says:

    Life Doctor! Priceless! So true that we should do more of the things that truly make us happy.

    • MrsEnchumbao says:

      Haha, it took me 19 years of self-study and assessment to arrive at my formula, and the L.D. degree came with it on the same day, at no additional $ cost, of course. Do you! Cheers, and thanks for reading, LM.

  2. “If you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life.” – Marc Anthony
    It’s all about like discovering yourself and your true passion. Happiness comes from within.

    • MrsEnchumbao says:

      Very true, Bladimir! Whether it’s work or your personal life, it’s all about being honest with yourself and having the courage to do what makes you happy and marching to the beat of your own drum. Cheers to true happiness!

  3. Great ideas! I think deep down in our souls we know what make us truly happy, but most of us are not even close to living that. I mean shit happens like life, jobs, kid’s activities, sickness, etc. But it’s not the end goal and getting there that is important, but tiny daily habits that are our five things (or less or more) that take us just one little step forward toward that life we truly want.

    • I completely agree with your perspective, Tonya. Life is a series of small events, made up of seconds and minutes, not months and years, so making every day count is key. I often hear older generations say with a tone of regret: “My life just flew by.” That’s because it does, which isn’t bad. The trick is knowing you live every day according to what makes you happy. At least, as much as you can. That alone can bring peace and calmness, and there won’t be any regrets in old age about how we chose to live our daily lives. I just saw an old episode of Dr. House, and the patient he treated said something along the lines of “Life is just a series of rooms”. We can choose which rooms we are in, with whom and what we do in them, but if you zoom out, it’s nothing particular. Carpe Diem!

  4. Mary K says:

    Haha, how is it that this MD never heard of your LD degree? The truth is, your love of life and embracing of all its beauty and potential saved me during my years in the meat grinder that was my education. It still does today, and you deserve credit!

    • Hehe, Mary, this LD degree cost me a few sangrias while pondering about life in Spain. Pretty FI-friendly, huh? 🙂 I am glad I was there with you during the tough times and got to see the wonderful doctor you have become. XOXO

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