No Rain, No Flowers – How to Get Through a Bad Day

  • Published on:
    December 7, 2018
  • Reading time by:
    4 minutes

Running late to work, getting involved in tiffs with colleagues, dealing with the ‘Know-it-all’ people, facing a raging boss and so on goes the long list! At some point or the other, we all have faced these issues or rather we still continue to, and dealing with a series of such incidents is what we call it as a ‘Bad Day’. Not everything is under one’s control, certainly! But the power to resist the negativity of a situation lies within. 

Never to forget- “You have to fight through some bad days, to earn the best days of your life”. 

Here is how you overcome such days in life: 

  • Sleep to escape of the gloomy thoughts you fall prey to. Relax and rejuvenate as you sleep. A short nap proves to increase productivity and focus better.
  • Let go of the things that are too hard to accept, or Accept things if they can’t be let gone.
  • The easiest way to win over arguments is by simply Not Arguing. Avoid unnecessary face-offs.
  • Take a walk by the nature and carry on with the daily workouts. Exercise is a major stress buster.
  • Pamper yourself! Do more of what makes you happy- be it shopping, spa, meditation or any form of rejuvenation. If you’re an avid reader, pick your best buddy or should I rather say, your favorite book.
  • Hang-out with your heartwarming tribe!
  • Don’t let the frustration die inside you, talk it out to people you feel good  with, pen down your feelings rather than sulking in the emotions.
  • Say ‘NO’ to the digital gadgets and social media, they won’t take long to
    trap you into the boredom again, ultimately hindering creativity.
  • Well, in good times, one doesn’t tend to think too much about events, it’s just going with the flow! Why not do the same when in bad times? Just

continue to go with the flow and trust the process. Better things would soon approach. 

Are you now confident on getting through a hard day with the right attitude? 

Radhika Chhabria

As an out-of-the-box thinker, an ambivert, a creative head, chirpy and determined person, Radhika Chhabria seeks to explore life in a new way by each day. Creative writing is Radhika’s passion and adventure sports are stress-busters to her. Radhika was born, brought up and residing in Hyderabad, India. She has pursued her Bachelors of Vocation in Retail Management and Information Technology and her Post-Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management. An aspiring writer, Radhika wishes to venture into the Art & Media Industry learning more about video production, photography and content development. Chocolate Brownies are the instant ‘mood-makers’ for Radhika. Poetry writing is a soul talk within her. Family and friends mean the globe to Radhika, orbiting in the endless universe to enlighten my life.

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