When I wake up in the morning, I always aspire to have a good day. Even if I know I have a half finished project with an aggressive due date waiting for me at work; I’m waking up with the notion that the day will be great. In order for me to feel like the day is going to be good, it takes a little mind tricking some simple steps. By doing these basic and simplistic tips, my day gets off to a good start.
I know, you can’t guarantee you have a good day, but you can remove some of the potential ways to have a bad day. Keep reading to see what I do daily to help me have a good day.
Today is the first official day of Spring and looks and feels like a cloudy fall day outside my window. However, just knowing that I can be unapologetic when wearing flip flops everyday for the next few months is enough for now. Now that the weather is preparing to warm up, I can finally crack open my personal Spring To-Do list. My list consists of 5 things I won’t to accomplish and/or start doing.
I try to make this list for every season, but I enjoy the spring list better. Mainly, because the weather is nicer and makes things more enjoyable. Keep reading to see the things I’m hoping to do this spring.
Despite the cute and overused hashtag #MotivationalMonday, I still feel super unmotivated on Mondays. Luckily, I’m not one of those people that dreads Mondays. However, I still feel the least motivated and uninspired on Mondays. Therefore, I tend to spend most Mondays looking and finding inspiration for the day.
Keep reading to see easy places to find inspiration on uninspiring days.
I’ve been counting down the days to Friday all week. When you have a 8-5 and a few side hustles, you look forward to those moments when you can indulge in absolutely nothing. Personally, I have a few simple ways to relax after a long week that don’t require wine.
Keep reading to see my go-to, super easy ways to relax after a long week.
For the past year or so, I’ve been experimenting with daily supplements. Unlike my daily vitamin, I regularly change what supplements I take depending on what health issues are currently a concern to me. Last year, when I first started to test out the supplement waters, I talked with my doctors about supplements they recommend I take. Yes, you should definitely talk with your doctor about what supplements you should take. Doing so will help you know what works well with you based off of your medial concerns and any medications.
Taking daily supplements plays a major part of my day and keep reading to see what I currently take and why.