Four Tips to Improving a Bad Day

Have you ever noticed that some days just feel harder than others? Have you ever wished someone would give you all the answers? Have you ever wanted to crawl into bed and not ever get out, or cry until you’ve shriveled up? Have you ever wanted to throw in the towel and just give up?

You can do all these things. It’s good for you to do all these things. To feel all the emotions you’ve got going on. To listen to your inner voice telling you – oh crap,  but it’s going to be okay, you’re going to be okay.

You have a choice. You have the choice of staying in the place of unknown despair or you have the choice of taking action to move forward and hoping for the best.

I believe in hoping for the best! I believe we have to dig deep, get strong and get moving. I believe we can let life happen to us or we can create our own destiny, and that we’ve got to hold on to hope. The hope that something magical will happen.

So when your having a hard day remember to stop to take a deep breath, trust in yourself – that you have the answer, listen to it. And, keep moving, creating your destiny (what does it look like, who is there with you).

YOU hold the power to create YOUR life. Where do you start?

Four tips to improving a bad day:

  1. Be kind – to yourself and those around you
  2. Set goals – what do you want to do, where do you want to go, how are you going to get there, by when, and who deserves to go with you
  3. Nourish yourself – eat healthy and whole foods, drink a lot of water, and get plenty of rest
  4. Put it all into action

Sometimes we can only take baby steps, and that’s okay too.


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