How to Make Yourself Feel Good Daily

Basic steps to rejuvenation…

Brandon Bell

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How are you feeling today? Are you feeling good, bad, or neutral? This is a question that people don’t ask enough to each other, more importantly, this is a question that we don’t ask ourselves enough.

In order to feel good daily, you have to trick your brain a little bit. There will be moments where we’re just not feeling it, the world has a significant impact on our mood. Despite whatever mood you’re in you should always base your actions on your perspective. If your perspective is good about the world then you will most likely be a more optimistic person.

There are other things you can do than just trying to change your perspective on the world, we have alternatives like listening to positive music or surrounding ourselves around positive people.

It’s hard to boost yourself up, having confidence in yourself requires a lot of energy and some of us don’t have enough energy for that during the day. Where are you putting your energy? Putting your energy towards productive tasks and stuff you enjoy is energy well spent.

You don’t have any regrets when you’re fully engaged on any project that you’re doing that requires a lot of focus. In order to boost yourself up, it’s practical to look at how you’re living your life right now. Are you doing things that give you peace and are you treating others kindly?

Live your life like you want something out of it, be calm and thoughtful when in any situation. If you recognize that you’re in a bad mood, try to figure out ways to change that. It’s not the easiest thing to do but you’re stronger and smarter than you think. You can start feeling good every day if you work on yourself or have a few go-to things that you can do that usually put you in a good mood.

Finding a Way to Laugh

Who doesn’t like to laugh, even if you consider yourself to be somebody who is serious, you can’t help but laugh at something that you think is funny. Make a mental list of things that usually make you laugh, maybe you have a certain show that you watch on Netflix or a funny Youtuber that you like to watch that usually puts you in a good mood.

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Brandon Bell

A young adult who’s writing is geared towards self-improvement and self care. “We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect.”