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Bad Day Visualization

I woke up this morning and it felt like I had a weight on my chest. It was clear right away that my bad day from yesterday had carried over.

I knew I was going to have to do something to try and clear the heaviness from yesterday and reset my mindset. 

I really did not want to let my stress and bad mood from the yesterday carry into a new day. 

I did a visualization while I was laying in bed and it really helped me feel better and change my mindset.

When I was done I knew I had to share the exercise I did with you guys. I hopped on Livestream over in the Radical Transformation Project to share the visualization with you. You can find the replay below.   

 

Here are a few other things I did today to help boost my spirits.

  • Made my favorite coffee
  • Exchanged funny GIFs in my group chat
  • Drank a ton of water
  • Called my Mom
  • Walked my dog around my neighborhood
  • Listened to podcasts
  • Wrote affirmations in my journal

After all of that, I finally started to feel a little better. It’s OK to have a bad day but the truth is sometimes it’s worth it to put in the extra effort to change how you feel.

I understand that it’s not always possible but if I’m being honest when I actually take action to make myself feel better it almost always works.

Doing the visualization exercise while I was in bed helped me start my day off right. The momentum from that one action stepped helped me get going this morning and do a few more positive things for myself and then a few more. 

I still don’t feel 100% but I’m managing and I feel hopeful that today will be even better. 

What do you to when you’re having a bad day or wake up in a bad mood? I’m always looking for new ideas and things to try! 

Want to save this visualization for later? Pin it to your favorite Pinterest board!

what to do when you wake up in a bad mood

 

 

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