If you've thought long and hard how to be happy with your life, career, and relationships, you're not the only one. Most of us think about what's going on in our lives and if we're really satisfied with how we're living.

PopSugar talks about getting rid of things that make you unhappy. In my opinion, you can Start with these changes:

Stop comparing yourself to others

In our generation, we're quite connected with the different people we've met in our lives. This is in the form of social media and the Internet. People post pictures or videos that show they're having the time of their lives.

Then, you start thinking what a crappy life you're living.

I think most of us have experienced this in one way or another. I'm telling you, we've got issues that need to be solved. This may seem unavoidable at first but over time, you've got to stop this.

You're not in your teens anymore. Be happy and look at the bright side of things. Try to do your best with what you have right now and be grateful for the life that you've been given.

Start traveling

This is one regret that I realized when I turned 25 and still haven't been out of the country. This is practically the biggest regret and I kept on thinking what did I do with my time? If you're younger than 25, start traveling while you're still able.

There are those who would say that travel expenses will cost too much and honestly, I used to say the same thing. However, it's not wrong to plan your trip wisely. If you really want to go on a vacation, save up and look for discounts too.

Stop being jealous

When jealousy sparks because your colleague got promoted or your neighbor got a new car, then something's wrong.

You're bound to those feelings and you may eventually lose control. The key is how to approach and manage your feelings. It may seem hard at first but consider it a success if you start feeling happy for other people's success.

Stop trying to please everyone

There's no rule about this and I have to emphasize that most people learn this later in life.

You have to realize that when you get older, other people's opinions would not matter. The only person you should listen to is you. What's important is that you're trying to be the best version of yourself.

Start embracing change

You can go with the flow and that's going to make things easier for you. If you go against the current, you're meant to struggle. This is the same when you approach changes related to work, life, and family. Be flexible and adaptive to changes.