You may include 3 things you were grateful for and 3 things you were able to accomplish each day.
2. Work on your strengths.
Find out yourself what are you good at and do something using that ability or talent to boost your self-confidence, then tackle a tougher task.
3. “You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.” –
Martin Luther King, Jr. Think of something in your life you want to improve, and figure out what you can do to take a step in the right direction.
Creative expression and overall well-being are linked. So try to write a poem, paint or try a new recipe or a project.
5. Be expressive about your love to someone in your life.
Close, quality, relationships are key for a happy, healthy life. Make them happy by doing something they like or buy something they love.
6. Do not hesitate to ‘Appreciate yourself.’
If you feel good about having done something to your satisfaction, appreciate yourself by eating something you love. May be Choclate for an example.
7. Feeling of anxiousness?
Take a trip down memory lane and do some coloring for about 20 minutes to help you clear your mind. Pick a design that’s geometric and a little complicated for the best effect. Check out hundreds of free printable coloring pages in the internet
8 . Laugher, the best medicine..
Hang out with a funny friend, watch a comedy or check out cute videos online. Laughter helps reduce anxiety.
9. Go off the grid.
Leave your smart phone at home for a day and disconnect from constant emails, alerts, and other interruptions. Spend time doing something fun with someone face-to-face.
10. Beat the monotony with a Dance
Not only will you get your daily chores done, but dancing reduces levels of cortisol (the stress hormone), and increases endorphins (the body’s “feel-good” chemicals).
11. Cool the Brain with a yawn.
Studies suggest that yawning helps cool the brain and improves alertness and mental efficiency.
12. Write the Blues away
Has something been bothering you? Let it all out…on paper. Writing about upsetting experiences can reduce symptoms of depression.
13. Do you really know the place you live?
Often times people only explore attractions on trips, but you may be surprised what cool things are in your own backyard.
14. Smile – the Stress reliever
It may not be the easiest thing to do, but smiling can help to lower your heart rate and calm you down.
15. Send a thank you note –
Not for a material item, but to let someone know why you appreciate them. Written expressions of gratitude are linked to increased happiness.
16. Take 30 minutes to go for a walk in nature –
It could be a stroll through a park, or a hike in the woods. Research shows that being in nature can increase energy levels, reduce depression and boost well-being.