Overslept this morning. Time for only a few sips of coffee. Breakfast–a jelly doughnut–on the run. Somebody even had the nerve to cut you off in traffic.
You can still turn your bad hair day into a good hair day.
Calm down. Count to ten, or fifty… if you need to.
Breathe. Breathe out irritation. Breathe in smiles of children.
Reflect. What was it that irritated you in first place? Ask yourself: do I really to sweat the small stuff?
Reboot. Take a short spin around the block. Get a cool drink of water. While you’re up make the rounds and greet your coworkers.
Turn thanks. Find at least one thing to say thank you for right here and now. When you express joy and gratitude, your body produces more feel good hormones, which makes it impossible to stay in a bad hair mood.
Get ready for a good hair day. Prepare tonight for tomorrow: set out your oatmeal and banana so you have breakfast on the kitchen counter ready to go. Give yourself 10 extra minutes when you set your alarm. Count your blessings–you have a bed to sleep in tonight… then visualize yourself rested, renewed, and rarin’ to go.
Pass It On!