Create a Good Mood in a Matter of Minutes

No one wakes up in a good mood every single day. Everyone has a bad day. People are sick. They’re family members are sick. They are depressed, sad, worried, stressed, angry, annoyed; the list goes on and on. While you can do your best to be in a good mood most of the time, sometimes you just need a pick-me-up because nothing else is working.

Think Back

Sit back with your old pictures and remember the good times. Sometimes, when you take the time to remember something really amazing, it can make you feel better. Remembering the laughter, the fun, the friends, and the good can help shake you out of a funk and brighten up your day.


Getting lost is a great way to help you feel better about yourself. When you get lost in a good book, it’s almost impossible not to feel the good mood coming on. Find an old favorite or pick up something new and fabulous, and get started in finding a good mood.

Get Moving

Exercise releases endorphins that make your mood improve. When you need to find a good mood somewhere, do a little exercising. You will feel a significant improvement after virtually no time, and it will make you all the better for it. Yoga is a great form of stress relief, and it’s proven to turn your bad mood into a good mood in no time at all.

Get Out

A change of scenery will do wonders for your soul when you’re in a mood. Even the foulest of moods can be turned into a good mood when you get out of the house, or out of the office. Go for a walk somewhere the views are amazing. Drive to a nearby town with a cute park or café and get lost in the sights. If you can, book a vacation and get out of your funk for a good long time.


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