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How To Have a Better Day

Friday, May 27, 2016

Love this! and Blatantly stole it from a comment on Simply_Judy's SparkPage! Thanks!

1. Play with kids. emoticon
Even if they are not your own, just kid around kids while they are just being kids.
2. Give someone a compliment.
Not a fake one, but take the time to see something that someone else is doing well.
3. Sing in your car. emoticon
And sing as loud as you can. Have you ever noticed how hard it is to frown while you are singing?
4. Watch a movie.
You might like it, and maybe you'll laugh, and maybe you'll cry.
5. Bake your favorite kind of cookies. emoticon
Then eat some.
6. Count your blessings.
I mean it. Start a list of all the things you are thankful for.
Write until you can't write anymore. Staple it to the wall.
7. Watch people. emoticon
Go find a crowded public area, sit down and watch. Allow yourself to wonder what he ate for breakfast, or what her name is, or where he bought that shirt.
8. Do something for someone you love.
Do the dishes for your wife, take your niece out for ice cream,
take your mom to Starbucks for a coffee.
9. Laugh emoticon
It'll make you feel good.
10. Think of the most encouraging person you know and call them.
But don't complain. Refrain from telling them how bad your day is
and focus on making their day better.
11. Write a letter. emoticon
A good old-fashioned paper and ink letter. Bonus: write it to someone who has impacted your life and thank them and let them know how much you appreciate their role/impact in your life.
12. Make new friends. emoticon
One of them may be in your life forever.

What fun, right! Okay, what are you waiting for? GO! Make it a better day!
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