20 Ways To Have A Good Day
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20 Ways To Have A Good Day

It's time to turn that frown upside down.

20 Ways To Have A Good Day

Everyone deserves to have a great day, here are some ways you can start having them too! Keep in mind that everyone is going through their own situations and sometimes just a smile helps.

1. Get a good night’s rest. Normally eight hours is best.

2. Wake up with a positive attitude. Being positive helps everything.

3. Eat breakfast.

4. Listen to music that makes you feel yourself.

5. Maybe get a good workout in (if you’re feeling that).

6. Set aside time for you to relax and enjoy life.

7. Think about the things you have to look forward to.

8. Remember what you have and be thankful that.

9. SMILE! It makes you and others happier.

10. Eat healthy and in moderation.

11. Be respectful. Never disrespect others for no reason.

12. Open the door for someone. People really like when this happens.

13. Do something totally crazy nice for someone, it could make their day.

14. Give someone a compliment. "I like your hair" could make someone's day.

15. Don’t stress over little things; they probably aren’t worth it.

16. Dress up, you always feel good when you look on good.

17. Be spontaneous. Do something you have never done before.

18. Be productive and get your work done first.

19. Be patient. Everything comes in time.


Once we recognize how our thought patterns can affect everything from our perception of reality to the moods of those around us, you will always have a good day.

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