How to Feel Awesome All Day Long

How to Feel Awesome All Day Long

We all have that little voice in our head, the one responsible for our fight or flight mode. It sometimes tells us not to do something or to worry about doing something at the very least. However, did you know that you can push that fearful side away from you and feel awesome pretty much all day long?

Our feelings are our guides, our intuition that guides us through our days, nights, and throughout our life. So, if you want to feel awesome, there are things you can do to hush that negative little voice and have the more positive, vibrant voice come front and center.

Make a Choice

Happiness is a choice. You can choose to look at the dark side of the situation or you can focus on the opportunity or the lesson that is ready to be learned in your situation. Sometimes things come into our lives in order to teach us, not to punish us, but to teach us.

You can choose to feel miserable about the one thing that you do not have, whether it is a steady job or a significant other. Or, you can choose to focus on the fact that you have a beautiful home with healthy children.

When you are going down a spiral of negativity, see if there is not something, even just one thing that you can focus on whether it is a past memory or a future hope. Make a choice to focus on that and to content in the moment in which you stand.

Focus

For some of us, focus comes a little easier than others. However, focus is a learned skill. If you seem to be a “Debbie downer,” try to incorporate things into your life that make you a bit more cheery.

For example, place beautiful pictures of real life nature scenes above your office wall. Instead of looking at a plain white wall, look at pictures of fields of violets or beautiful sunrises. Focus on the sunrise and you will feel better knowing that each day is a new possibility for anything great to happen.

With a little practice, you can retrain your brain to focus on positive memories and positive thoughts.

Be Grateful

If you really want to feel awesome, be in gratitude every day. It does not mean that you have to be oblivious to your woes and worries. It does mean, however, to find that one thing every day for which you can be grateful.

  • Your health
  • The health of your children
  • The bills are paid
  • You have a job
  • You have friends and family

The list goes on and on and can even include something as small as having a garden full of vegetables to be proud of and share.

If you focus on the positive, it will grow. If you make a choice every day to smile and be happy, you will get closer to your goals. If you find something every day for which to be grateful, chances are that you will have that much more for which to be grateful.

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Cindy Buccieri is the editor of the Inspired Living Community, Heart and Soul Ezine, and The Work at Home Helper. She is also the author of Blogging the Right Way and CEO of CB Virtual Services. Cindy is also the founder of Techie Girl Talks which provides training on online technology tools.
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7 comments

  1. ReplyChrista Amari

    I know there are certainly days that I feel like staying in bed under the covers and not facing the world ahead but you are so right about choosing to be happy! It all depends on your attitude and what you are grateful for. I once read that by writing down three *good* things that happen to you per day (big or small) can help you become more grateful for the experiences you are given. It has definitely helped me.

  2. ReplyTimothy Gagnon

    Thanks for the reminder to focus on positive thoughts! Happiness really is a choice, it’s easy to focus on your problems (it comes naturally) but when you shove all those negative thoughts out of your mind it makes a huge difference. I noticed that I’m a lot more productive when I clear my mind and just focus on what I need to do, take an hour at a time. Great article!

  3. ReplyPatti O

    What a great list of reminders,
    especially the gratitude piece.

    We all have so much to be thankful for but it often goes unnoticed if we are not having a problem with it!

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