15 Ways To Recover From That Bad Day You Just Had
Start writing a post
Health and Wellness

15 Ways To Recover From That Bad Day You Just Had

So you had a bad day?

15 Ways To Recover From That Bad Day You Just Had

We all have bad days that can leave us feeling down. Here are some ideas of what to do to feel better after a bad day.

1. Take a long bath or shower.

2. Get all dressed up and eat a good meal at an expensive restaurant.

3. Wear your favorite outfit.

Even if it’s just around your house.

4. Go visit the place that makes you the happiest.

5. Pamper yourself and take some time to relax.

6. Look through old photos and videos of your loved ones.

7.Call a close friend or family member.

Just hearing their voice will help cheer you up.

8. Watch your all-time favorite movie.

It will help you forget your bad day, if only for a few hours.

9.Treat yourself to something you have really been wanting.

10.Exercise to get your endorphins pumping.

11.Read your favorite book or one that you have always wanted to read.

12.Volunteer at an animal shelter and play with the animals

It will give you a sense of purpose, and you get to pet a bunch of cats and dogs.

13. Get stuff done.

It will relieve you of stress and give you a feeling of accomplishment

14. Make a playlist to reflect your mood.

15. Watch Netflix. Can't go wrong with Netfix.

Report this Content
This article has not been reviewed by Odyssey HQ and solely reflects the ideas and opinions of the creator.

According to Katy Perry, "Baby You're a Firework." I don't know if she was referring to the Fourth of July when she was referencing fireworks, but this song has allowed this generation to rejoice. The song "Firework" allows people of all ages to appreciate the lyrics, as the song brings forth a positive state of mind. Unfortunately, just like the song, not every knows what the Fourth of July is actually for. Many just assume it is that one time of year you get to spend time barbecuing and see fireworks light up the sky. Even though many are not aware of the American historical significance, this holiday has annually encouraged people to come together happily, which could very much be the importance of it.

Keep Reading... Show less

Why Fourth Of July is America’s Biggest Frat Party

It’s the celebration of our great nation, and you’re all invited.


It’s the celebration of our great nation, and you’re all invited.

Keep Reading... Show less

10 Revolutionary Women To Remember This Fourth Of July

The patriots of the American Revolution aren't the only ones who gave us the rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

10 Revolutionary Women To Remember This Fourth Of July

Independence Day is almost upon us, which means that for most Americans, it'll be time to bust out the lawn chairs and grills, gather around family and friends, and praise our history through patriotic garb and grand fireworks displays. It's the one day of the year where everyone forgets their political biases or historic inaccuracies, at least for a while, to look back on the hazy, illustrious history of the United States.

But, while we celebrate what people like George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Patrick Henry did for this country, they are not the only ones who embodied the very virtues that our nation loves to advocate for. This Fourth of July, here are ten American women who history tends to forget, despite the groundbreaking things they did for their country.

Keep Reading... Show less

13 Ways Barbie Movies Shaped My Childhood

My childhood would not have been the same without them.

Taylor Hawk

Barbie movies were a huge part of my childhood. I mean huge. If you are like me, I welcome you to take a healthy dose of nostalgia as I explain how Barbie movies shaped my childhood. The movies...

Keep Reading... Show less

Pride Doesn't End With June

Here's seven ways you can be an ally to the LGBTQ+ community after pride month ends.

Pride Doesn't End With June
Photo by Sara Rampazzo on Unsplash

As July begins, the month we call 'Pride Month' is technically over. However, just because pride month is over doesn't mean we can't still show pride and support for our LGBT brothers and sisters. This article here will tell you seven ways to be a supportive ally to the LGBTQ+ all year round.

Keep Reading... Show less

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Facebook Comments