6) If you make a mistake, hold yourself accountable and fix it.
This is one of the best ways I know to turn bad days back into good ones.
7) Buy fewer things. This actually helps prevent a lot of problems!
The fewer things you buy, the less you have to manage. The less complicated things are. If you don’t buy anything, it can’t break or get lost. And guess what! You are less likely to bump into things you don’t have. And of course, the obvious—if you don’t spend money on things you don’t really need, you’ll have that money to fix those mistakes when they happen.
8) If something has even the potential to cause catastrophic harm, heed the warnings.
This includes using heavy machinery, engaging in risky activities, using something that might cause fire or explosion, or even driving a car. It also means taking preventative measures with your health—doctors’ visits, self-checks, eating right, getting enough sleep, and exercise.
9) Take time to breathe, get outside, and connect with others.
Just by doing those things, your bad day can become simply “life”.
Have a good day! And I mean that sincerely!