1. Serve others. Every morning when I wake up, I often pick one person who I want to serve that day. It can be something super easy such as sending a tweet or a text message. It can also be as detailed as writing a handwritten note or mailing them flowers. I truly believe that it helps to start the day by not thinking about solely yourself.
2. Volunteer. I feel like this is similar to serving others but can vary slightly. I believe that volunteering does just as much for you as for the people you are serving. Volunteering usually leads you to be a bigger community of people which can lead to more friendships, etc. Not to mention, it usually uses your greatest strengthens and talents, which the world needs.
3. Gratitude. This one is my favorite. I started a gratitude journal a few years ago and it was a game changer for me. At the end of every day, I write down 3-5 things that I was grateful for throughout the day. We live in a culture that really thrives on the "more. The more I spend time thinking about what I have that I love the more I stop crave things I don't have. Don't get me wrong; I still love target, but it makes me appreciate the things I have in my own life a little more.