Be nice to yourself: When you are feeling down, it is easy to be hard on yourself. We don’t need to wait to be kind until we’ve supposedly done something worthy of compassion. We should make kindness part of our everyday.
Accept your emotions: Some people spend more energy on avoiding their emotions than others do on actually feeling them, he said. Give yourself unconditional permission to feel your feelings.
Live in the present: When you live in the present moment, you accept that things go wrong. Don’t fret or fuss about it.
Laugh: Don’t take life too seriously. Sometimes you just have to laugh at your problems knowing it’s not the end of everything.
Exercise: Even taking a short walk or climbing a flight of stairs can reduce stress and increase alertness. A regular exercise routine can boost one’s mood.
Get rid of rotten eggs: Identify your rotten eggs and figure out how to remove them from your life.
Practise gratitude: Being grateful and focusing on the good things in life can boost our mental wellbeing, relationships and physical health
Keep learning: Always seek opportunities and embrace new experiences.
Find a passion: Engaging in activities that make us happy makes us feel good and gives us something to look forward to.
Learn to forgive yourself: We all mess up sometimes. Our mistakes do not characterize us in any way. Learn to forgive yourself for making mistakes and move forward.