Sometimes, a day at school does not go well. Your teacher might have scolded you; you could not get a single question in a test correct or you just kept falling. Whatever, the reason is, we all have that day. Some people come home and let their mood be spoilt for the rest of the day. One could throw crockery around, make a lot of noise, and make every other person mad. We all have a spoilt day now and then.
There are two things you can do about it. Either rattle about it or work to change it. It is important to know that we all have different ways of overcoming these days. Here are some ways that help me to change my bad day around. Maybe they will help you
Take a shower
People usually take a shower after a particularly grim day at work or school which helps them calm their nerves and think about better motives. Scientists suggest that the movement of water droplets on our skin helps us to fight negativity and bring an aura of bliss to our hectic lives. And who does not like to be alone after a destressing day and think about something way better!
Take a nap
If taking a shower does not help, a power nap certainly will. Taking a nap relaxes your body and your mind and it helps you regain your composure. Many people do believe that a nap relaxes one’s brain and helps to forget how inefficient the day was. The next time you come home after being beaten at cricket, try this.
Listen to music
Today, Spotify holds all our emotions. If you want to cry or laugh, dance or sing, music apps have it all just a tap away. Listening to music assists you to get distracted from the uneventful day at work. For superior results, create your playlist because only you know what songs you need to upbeat your mood.
Have a snack
Eating your favorite food helps. When you eat what you like, you focus on the scrumptious snack in front of you instead of brawling about how your day sucked. Scientifically, food fuels your body and gives you the energy to move on with your day. And it helps change your mood!
Go for a walk
Sometimes, staying indoors makes you brood over your depressing day. So go outdoors. You would enjoy a quiet walk around your neighborhood without anyone bothering you. Looking around at trees, cars, kids playing around, men and women chattering away would certainly make me think whether brooding over a bad day was worth the good things happening around.
“Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds you plant.” Robert Louis Stevenson
Remember, we all have bad days. Everyone messes up. That quality makes us all humans- so different but similar, so unique but one and so diverse but united. A “bad day” might just be a grim moment you took onto your heart to make your day worse. Rather than sulking about a day not going on like you wanted it to, be creative and try out ways to change it. You can find diverse ways other than taking a shower, napping, listening to music, having your favorite snack, or going for a walk to turn your day around. So, get going!