Sometimes we end up having a bad day. It is easy for us to carry on in a bad mood and label it as a bad day. But would it not be better if we could change a bad day into a good day? Here are 5 Ways to help you do that, next time you have “one of those days” 🙂
5 Ways To Change A Bad Day Into A Good Day
1) Listen to Music
Listening to music not only relaxes you but can you put into a great mood straight away. Select one of your favourite tunes and you right into your happy zone. Then select more of the songs you like and the next thing you know, time will have stood still. You will view the rest of the day in a more positive frame of mind.
Exercise is anything, as long as you moving. If you have some spare time, get yourself to the gym and have a good workout. Or go to the swimming pool and make some lengths, as many as you can. Have an afternoon spare, get those walking boots on and go for a hike. Even if you have only 15 mins, a short walk around the area in the fresh air, will do you the world of good.
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3) Offload To A Good Friend
A good friend is always there for you. Reach out to them and ask when they have a spare 15 minutes, so you can chat to them and tell them about your bad day. They will listen to you and then reassure you that the day will get better. They may even have some suggestions on things you can do, that you have not thought of yourself. They know you 🙂
4) Do Something for Somebody – Without Expecting Anything Back
5) Watch Something That Makes You Laugh
It might seem obvious, but when you are having a bad day, it may not even cross your mind. Go hunt out that favourite film or video that makes you laugh. Watch it and relax. After you have laughed a few times, you will be feeling like the day is changing into a good day. The added bonus is that you have watched something that makes you laugh once again! 🙂
Remember that you can make the change that is necessary.
If you need to do it, go ahead and do it!
Sally Leslie is a motivation coach, personal development blogger, and freelance content writer. She helps people to stay motivated and manage their time effectively. Sally also creates content for businesses, entrepreneurs, and startups. She is passionate about helping people think differently and grow. Lover of plants, freedom, and football!