12 Ways To Fish Yourself Out Of A Bad Day

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12 Ways To Fish Yourself Out Of A Bad Day

A bad day can take you by total surprise, not a pleasant one of course. The power to get off a bad day lies with you!

We are aware of the fact that not every day is a Sunday, and that, we will have days in life that will not be as good as the other days. Yet every time we have a bad day, we struggle through it, thinking about it incessantly, thus dragging our mood down. Now, no more: Be equipped with these simple yet effective hacks to help you sail past.

1) PAMPER YOURSELF

Having a bad day definitely calls for some self-pamper time. Pampering is fine as long as it does not go overboard. Remember there should be no guilt post all the pampering.

2) LEND A HELPING HAND

Helping someone out, in whatever way you can, can help you feel just a little bit better. it acts as an emotionally cathartic, helping you let out your low mood and negative emotions, and making you feel good.

3) RECONSIDER THE SERIOUSNESS

Trying another perspective helps with rational thinking, just ask yourself, "Is this going to matter anytime in the future?” then ask, “Is it revocable?” Think about the damage control rather than brooding over the damage.

4) STEP OUT FOR A WALK

Strolling along a beach or in a garden helps you organize your thoughts. Nature has a soothing effect on the mind. Spend at least half an hour by yourself, strolling (not moving around like a hurricane).

5) TEST YOUR ORGANIZATION SKILLS

Cleaning and arranging things serves as an excellent outlet to channel your emotions. A neat, arranged space Is also visually appealing, Just don’t go overboard and exhaust yourself!

6) CATCH FORTY WINKS, OR MAYBE MORE

Sometimes, a good night's sleep is all you need to feel better. A fresh mind any day works better, enabling a fresh take on your issues.


7) DISTRACT YOURSELF

A bad day gives your mind enough fodder to worry and overthink about the consequences, paving way for many self-deprecating thoughts. To avoid this, distract yourself as much as possible.

8) LIST OUT YOUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS

While you might not feel like counting your deeds (great deeds, of course), listing them down provides a temporary, albeit effective boost to your sinking mood,

9) TRY YOUR HAND AT WRITING

Writing is another cathartic method. Just let your emotions flow with the tip of your pen. Write about your day, as it comes to your mind, it need not be creative.

10) FLEX YOUR MUSCLES

Well, not literally. Indulge in some exercise. Exercise releases endorphins, which help in uplifting your mood, while making you feel good about your self-image.

11) TALK IT OUT

As cliché as it might sound, talking actually reduces the mental burden. Sharing your concerns might aid you in finding a solution.

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12) SEE THE LARGER PICTURE

Remember that one bad day will not determine your whole life and that your entire Identity is not this one day. Think beyond this, think about all that you have learned; and be a better, stronger person.

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