How often do you have a really good day--you know, the kind where everything seems to go right, and you enjoy virtually every minute of it? Like most people, I really love having good days, and relish them when they occur.
But good days don't always "just happen." Or at least they don't need to. In fact, if you wait around for all the elements of a good day to present themselves naturally, your good days may be fewer and farther between than they could be. By analyzing and proactively aligning the main elements of a good day for yourself, you can create more good days, and you can make your bad days better.
While everyone has their own unique idea of what constitutes a "good day," there are certain elements that are almost universally enjoyed, and can create a greater sense of peace and happiness for you. Avoiding or managing things that tend to disrupt a good day (like excessive stress) is also a good strategy. Here are some specifics for creating a good day for yourself, or turning whatever day you're having into a better day:
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