Ever have one of those days? Seems as if cloudy murkiness holds over your head sort of like cloud of dust is continually hovering around Pig Pen's feet in Peanuts cartoons.
At last, a simple combination of tips will completely lift Blechhhs quickly! Simply try on one or more of these methods The next time your life is taken over by a malaise of ickyness.
1. Talk it over. Make a five-minute phone call to a friend in order to sort out "what's up" in situation. Sometimes all that is needed is a quick vent session. Set intentional that venting will completely erase negative feelings. Speak. Let go.
2. Get a breath of fresh air. If you have been sitting at your Desk indoors, go outside and move around. Take ten big breaths And stretch completely lifting your arms up over your head. For once, know that no one is paying any attention. (They are Thinking about themselves majority of time.) I am actually writing this on my laptop sitting my porch. This way I get benefit of outdoors and I can keep a close watch over my little girl on her tricycle.)
3. Collect and prepare affirmations to use at times of distress. Keep these affirmations on notecards or in a special book so when You need them, they will be right there. You may choose to either Write them out a few times. Maybe speaking them works more Effectively for you. Perhaps a combination is best. Try various Methods on to see what works best for you.
4. Whenever you get a nice note or commendation from an Associate or a colleague, keep it in a file folder. I call mine my "atta girl" file. This is a great painkiller at times when blecch is overflowing. It reminds me (in memorable words of Sally Fields so many years ago) "They like me! They really, really like me!"
5. Take a moment to review what you are thankful for in your Life and work. Before you groan, simply try it next time blechhs Creep in. You can start a Gratitude or Thankfulness notebook where You actually keep a written record or you may want to just close your Eyes and think of those special things (or simple things) you Are thankful for. (As I was working on this article, I got up and Worked in my gratitude garden. It quickly refocused me so I was Able to complete my task at hand.)
6. Subscribe to one or more email quote services so you will have An ongoing list of inspiring quotes to read and reflect upon at a Moments notice. I have found it works best to copy and paste The especially good ones into a separate file folder. I have my Quotes separated by topic, as well, in case I run into a challenge in One specific area.