April 27, 2021
Lovely days don’t come to you, you should walk to them.
One of the things I have learned has been to appreciate each day. I have found that it is not as important about what happens as it is how I deal with the day’s challenges. In other words how my day goes is up ro me. And you know what, when I make an effort to make each day a good one they almost always turn out that way.
So my friends make today a good one for yourself, I know I will. Need help? Here are you few tips from an abridged article to put you on the right track.
5 Tips on How to Make Every Day a Good Day
By Brenda Raftlova
Exercise first thing in the morning – I know a lot of people dislike exercising, especially early in the morning. But the fact is this is the best thing you can do for your well-being.
Eat well – Right after you finish exercising, it’s important that you fuel your body with healthy food. Research has shown that eating a healthy diet can influence brain chemistry, meaning that food can actually make you happy.
Put on a killer outfit – Have you ever heard of the saying “when you feel good on the outside, you feel good on the inside?” Well, it’s true, so don’t take this point lightly. It’s important to wear clothes that make us feel confident, attractive, and comfortable.
Avoid situations that stress you out – Did you know that only you have the power to decide to be happy or angry at any given moment? All you need is to know yourself, and to know what stresses you out and what relaxes and soothes you.
Do something nice for yourself – Every day, most people think about how they could please someone around them. What they don’t often think about, however, is how they could do something to please themselves for once. It’s extremely important to do something nice for yourself daily. So go eat lunch at that place you’ve wanted to for so long, or go taste that Americano from the new coffee shop next to your work. But remember, it doesn’t always have to mean spending money. Doing something nice for yourself can also mean allowing yourself to watch your favorite TV show, or to read a book – whatever it is that makes you happy.
A day is a day. It’s just a measurement of time. Whether it’s a good day or a bad day is up to you. It’s all a matter of perception.
Donald L. Hicks
George, a career Army officer I once met, was jumpmaster for his unit and was taking up a few novices for a drop. The flight was pretty rough, and, after a while, George called off the jump because of high winds. As the plane headed back to base, and the pilot pulled off an unusually smooth landing, two of the neophytes got airsick.
“How come you could take that rough flight, but you couldn’t handle the smooth landing?” asked George.
“Well, Sir,” one trainee explained, “we’ve always jumped out of planes. We’ve never actually landed before.”
Something popped into my mind and left right away. Maybe it was lonely.
A little old lady gets onto a crowded bus and stands in front of a seated young girl. Holding her hand to her chest, she says to the girl, “If you knew what I have, you would give me your seat.”
The girl gets up and gives up her the seat to the old lady. It is hot. The girl then takes out a fan and starts fanning herself.
The woman looks up and says, “If you knew what I have, you would give me that fan.”
The girl gives her the fan, too. Fifteen minutes later the woman gets up and says to the bus driver, “Stop, I want to get off here.”
The bus driver tells her he has to drop her at the next corner, not in the middle of the block. With her hand across her chest, she tells the driver, “If you knew what I have, you would let me off the bus right here.”
The bus driver pulls over and opens the door to let her out. As she’s walking out of the bus, he asks, “Madam, what is it you have?”
The old woman looks at him and nonchalantly replies, “Chutzpah.”
A fool and his money rarely get together to start with.
She said: I blame my mother for my poor sex life. All she told me was, ‘the man goes on top and the woman underneath’.
For three years my husband and I slept on bunk beds.
Accomplishing the impossible means only the boss will add it to your regular duties.
A Psychology professor was giving a lecture on Bi-Polar Disorder.
“Let us establish some parameters,” said the professor. “Now then, Bennett, what is the opposite of joy?”
“Sadness,” replied Bennett.
“And the opposite of depression, Ms. Buston?”
“Elation and joy, sir.”
“And you Morris, how about the opposite of woe?”
“I believe that would be giddy up, sir.”
My mind not only wanders, it sometimes leaves completely.
A collector of rare books ran into an acquaintance who told him he had just thrown away an old Bible he found in a dusty, old box. He happened to mention that Guten-somebody-or-another had printed it.
“Not Gutenberg?” gasped the collector.
“Yes, that was it!”
“You idiot! You’ve thrown away one of the first books ever printed. A copy recently sold at an auction for half a million dollars!”
“Oh, I don’t think this book would have been worth anything close to that much,” replied the man. “It was scribbled all over in the margins by some clown named Martin Luther.”
True religion is the life we lead, not the creed we profess.
“That was nice of you to set up a blind date for your ex-boyfriend.”
“I know, but I don’t hold any grudges.”
“I’m surprised he trusted you enough to agree to go out with her.”
“Well, I had to swear to him she’s Jennifer Lopez’s double.”
“Wow! Is that true?”
“I wouldn’t lie. She’s twice her weight and twice her age!”
Each morning when I open my eyes I say to myself: I, not events, have the power to make me happy or unhappy today. I can choose which it shall be. Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn’t arrived yet. I have just one day, today, and I’m going to be happy in it.
Management is not responsible for duplicates from previous dailies. The editor is somewhat senile.
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