What makes you happy?
What brings you joy or gives you a little smile and cheers you up?
Being outdoors - so many things outdoors bring joy
The steam curling off a mug of tea on a cold day
Big things and little things, but the biggest has always been family. I have many neices and nephews and enjoy spending time with all of them and they with me. From the older ones asking me to go to the pub or a music gig with them, to the middle ones asking if I'll come around and play on the PlayStation, watch a film with them or if I'll go for a bike ride with them, to the youngest who crawls across the floor whenever I visit with a big smile on her face because she wants me to hold her and have a cuddle.
Having lots of money, along with the health to enjoy it
I agree to an extent, however I think it's less the money directly, more the freedom and security it gives you. I'm not rich, but I'm comfortable, having a few million would be nice, but I've got a nice house, a decent car, I won't go cold or hungry and I can afford to live the lifestyle I want.
Making someone laugh or smile - especially my service users at work (highly-autistic adults). My cat, Daisy. Floating on my back in the sea, staring up at the sky. Cycling out in the country on a crisp winter day (such as this morning, first thing). Writing. Reading. Singing. Sleeping.
Money would make things easier for me and give me more choices in life, but another thing that makes me happy is leading a simple life, having few things cluttering it up, and just getting by each day.
Having my friends dog to stay, she's so cute and has life sussed!
Oh, and silence!