Every new day is a blessing but not every day goes as we’d like it to—we all have off days. However, it’s best for our well-being if most of our days are good days. To help with this, here are 15 ways to have a good day:


  1.  Get an early start and be thankful for the day. 
  2.  Sit and enjoy a nutritious breakfast. 
  3.  Take a deep breath. 
  4.  Write a to-do-list and prioritize your daily tasks. 
  5.  Work on one thing at a time. 
  6.  Be kind to someone. 
  7.  Take a break. 
  8.  Compliment others. 
  9.  Focus on what you love. 
  10.  Do something creative that brings you joy. 
  11.  Release your expectations. 
  12.  Smile anyway. 
  13.  Do some form of physical exercise. 
  14.  Go to bed on a peaceful note by either reading or listening to relaxing music before. 
  15.  Get a good night’s rest with 7-8 hours of sleep. 

How do you have a good day? Comment below and share your thoughts.



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20 Replies to “15 Ways to Have a Good Day”

  1. Just reading this list made me smile. 🙂 Love it!! I realized while reading how many of the things on your list that I do every day, but I still need to keep improving. I’ve always been a night owl, and have never been a morning person. For the past couple of years, the change in my lifestyle has required me to wake up earlier than ever before, but I have struggled to get myself to go to bed earlier on a consistent basis. As a result, the amount of sleep I get varies a great deal every night. My life is about to become crazy busy, so hopefully that will help me get on track. Eating a nutritious breakfast is also something I need to start doing. Anyone who reads your list would be wise to take your advice. Following your list and making all of these things a part of a daily routine would help anyone to live a happier, more productive lifestyle.

    1. Aww thanks so much Danny. I appreciate your encouraging words.

      I also haven’t been much of a morning person in the past. I like to think I kind of am now, but Andy might disagree since relative to him I’m not a morning person..hahaha. It feels good waking up earlier though, but of-course that means you gotta get a good night’s rest. I hope your crazy schedule provides for both.

      1. You’re very welcome. 🙂

        As I start to get things settled a bit over the next week or so, hopefully I can get myself into a better routine. I feel like I am currently stuck between my old lifestyle and the lifestyle I started living a couple of years ago. Old habits are hard to break. Everything I have going on in my life right now is leading me to a situation where I will be able to get myself back on track more easily. When I have too much free time and get bored, I tend to fall back into bad habits from my old lifestyle… eating too much junk food, drinking too much, staying up too late, sleeping in, etc. The majority of 2017 was that way for me. I allowed myself to go back to the unhealthy habits from my old lifestyle. I see my busy schedule now as a good thing. I feel more focused on the things I should be focusing on, and I am more active every day. Being more active every day leads to better sleep quality, and allows me to wake up feeling well-rested earlier in the morning. I also feel like I am more productive, which also makes me feel happier and more relaxed.

        I can totally relate to you comparing yourself to Andy as far as being a morning person. When I start waking up earlier and start to feel like I am becoming more of morning person, my best friend always reminds me that he has already been awake for 2-3 hours. haha He wakes up at about the same time I used to go to bed. I don’t know if I could ever get used to that kind of schedule, but maybe someday.

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