We all have bad days!
Our bad days are like our fingerprints, unique to our situations, but we all have them.
Isn’t it nice to be able to follow some simple tips to guide us back to our comfort zones, knowing that there are others who may be feeling just like we do and who are trying their utmost best to get back on track, just like you are?
I was so happy to read this article because it carries with it a simplicity and wisdom which can be applied to life at any and all times, not just during the bad days.
My fellow blogger. Simple Living Over 50, also reblogged this post and I agree with him: it could not have been at a better time.
I would like to add one more point:
6. “Let go and let God”
All things work for good. It does not matter what we expect. Life unfolds and all we need to do to remain in a state of calm and to have our wits about us, is to trust and submit to God.
Things work out in his time not ours. He sees and understands and directs. If we take the time to be still, to tune in to his channel, then we will have the strength, patience and endurance to overcome any situation.
Say a prayer and leave your troubles in his hands. It really does work. Try it!
Thank you to Our Better Health for such powerful insights.
What other statements would you offer to help someone overcome a bad day? Drop me a line to share your own words of wisdom.
Have you ever had those days where you just want to hide under your covers and forget about being an adult for a while?
Most of us have – laying in bed and removing ourselves from the madness just seems like too good of an offer to pass up sometimes. Even if life seems unbearable at times, though, you can still get through the day without choosing to give up on society.
Reassure yourself with these positive reminders when you feel defeated or overwhelmed. They will surely give you that motivation to keep going headstrong through the day:
5 Simple Statements to Get You Through a Bad Day
1. “You can do this.”
How many times do we talk ourselves out of doing something because we feel incapable or inadequate? Probably more times than we’d like to admit. Next time you hear that voice in your head telling you to…
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