Ways to have a good day

Get started a few minutes early.
Work on something that’s meaningful to you.
Complete an important piece of unfinished business.
Spend time with positive, friendly people.
Do something nice for someone else.
Be present. Focus on where you are, what you’re doing and who you’re with right now.
Do one thing at a time.
Listen to your self-talk. When you hear negative thoughts, think about the positive side of things.
Smile, even when there’s no pressing reason to do so.
Unplug. Entertain yourself with real-world experiences.
Go somewhere new. See something new. Meet someone new.
Do something that makes you laugh.
Challenge your mind. Learn a new skill.
Challenge your body. Exercise for 30 minutes.
Let someone help you.
Clear a little clutter by getting rid of something you don’t need.
Be honest with yourself and those around you.
Don’t compare yourself to others. Instead, let them inspire you.
Spend a few minutes alone in silence, just thinking.
Focus on solutions.
Keep an open mind to new ideas and information.
Handle important two-minute tasks immediately.
Stay out of other people’s drama. And don’t needlessly create your own.
Say, “Please,” “Thank you,” “I’m sorry” and “I love you,” when you should.
Don’t try to please everyone. Just do what you know is right.
Eat a healthy breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Savor the natural joy of simple pleasures.
Notice what’s right with the world.
Focus on all the things you already have, think about them and appreciate them.
Get to sleep a little earlier tonight so you’re well rested tomorrow.

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