Being normal / pretty common


I've been seeing a lot of folks lately talk about how millennials have this expectation that the secret to being happy is to love every part of your life, all the time. 

These people tend to argue that our parents' generation were happier because they had lower expectations of what a "normal life" looked like.  

And that they were ok with feeling just like everyone else most of the time.

So I guess the new secret to happiness is to accept that you're going to feel pretty special most of the time, because it's the most common feeling in the world.