I'd say most importantly are my friends, got a great little group of friends who I chill out with regularly.
Then I'd say what doesn't so much make my life good but makes me think better of where I am right now is how much worse it was and the work I put in is starting to pay off. I worked for a year in a crappy kitchen job, sometimes for 6 days a week, at unsociable hours, while I looked for a job. All the money I saved up from that paid for my college course, which I got most refunded from the learner support funds (hence my computer upgrades and airsoft stuff). And while I'm still in my crappy job, only doing 2 shifts a week is a lot more bearable.
The course is also going really well and by July-ish I should be able to find a better job as I'd have better qualifications and there will hopefully be more about.