We’ve all had these kinds of days. Those days that suck from the moment you open your eyes. They are awful, no good, really bad days. No matter how hard you try or think positive, it’s impossible to avoid them, but here are some tips to help you get through them.Take care of yourself. In theory, treating yourself seems helpful after a day when nothing’s work right. Take a minute of your day and focus on you.

  • Eat your favorite meal
  • Drink hot tea, or wine
  • Read a book
  • Do a hobby
  • Play a game
  • Exercise

See some people

When things get very bad try to go anywhere where you can see any friendly people. It normally helps you get the bad feelings out, especially if the situation makes you mad or angry. Don’t get stuck in the negativity. Holding your negative things inside you is not good. Studies show that communication with other people increases mood. So try to see or talk to people, especially people you’re close to. Having a safe person who can understand you and say “oh man that sucks” can be very healing.


Meditation actually increases your level of dopamine in your brain. A simple ten or fifteen-minute breathing meditation will make you more peaceful, more focused, less worried about discomfort, can help you to defeat your stress and discover some inner peace and stability. Meditation is a way you can learn how to change your mind from negative to positive, from disturbed to peaceful, from unhappy to happy.

Do anything to make progress

Do anything to make progress, because creativity is critical to keep you focused. Maybe you can try to tackle some very small tasks that make you feel like you’re making progress: just organize our desks, clean up your office, write emails you’ve been putting off, or something like dancing, singing, composing, painting, drawing etc..Research shows that feeling productive makes you more peaceful and happy , we can completely guarantee for this.

Breath and move on

When situations become very bad, you should take some time and go for a walk, and breath over and over and move on. Taking time by yourself to think and allow the day to end quietly, normally helps a lot. Maybe, it’s easier for you to handle with the problem next day with restored energy and enthusiasm.