Being optimistic is actionable. It involves choice about how we see the world. It doesn’t involve denial of the negatives, or attempt to control uncontrollable situations. It does involve though a mindful effort to be vigilant of risks and threats, and an aim for moderation in cheerful thinking. The practice of optimism boosts sense of wellbeing, hope, mental health, and happiness during times of stress. Practicing optimism prompts de habit of engaging in active and effective coping. It also promotes positive moods, vitality and high morale. There are several ways to incorporate optimism in our lives, today we suggest two. How do you practice optimism?