The Scottish Word:


“If you socht mair doon tae earth practical tasks nearer tae hand ye micht find yersel mair content.”


socht, soucht: search for, look for.

“If you looked for more down to earth practical tasks nearer to hand you might find yourself more contented.”

[socht spelled out in phonetic alphabet.]

Illustration Friday.

A book :59 seconds examines scientific research related to popular self help ideas.

It separates the myth from the proven practicality.

Such as sticking your bosses face on a punch bag and hitting it to release frustration.

It only raises your aggression levels further.

A much better and proved way to feel happier is to simply smile. Make sure you make yourself smile for 15 seconds or longer.

The effect of smiling lingers on well after the smile has faded. This is true and has been researched to prove it.

Be happy.

Be sure to be smiling when looking through my drawings.

The Scottish Word: socht with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

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