Seven Mood Lifters

 

I don’t know about everyone else, but I get emotionally drained pretty quickly. If I have to spend the day talking with people, I get home and I am in a ~mood~. Or if I work too hard for too long ~mood~. So how do we lift this ~mood~?

 

It is different for everyone when it comes to what causes a mood or what will lift it. But I have seven items that always seem to help me get to a better place quicker.

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Ted Talk Tuesday: The Good Life

As I ascend – or descend, depends on how you look at it – into adulthood, I have been thinking hard and long and practically obsessively over what I want in my life. What kind of career do I want? Where do I want live? How much money should I be making to live comfortably? What do I even consider to be “comfortably?” Questions like these and others bounce around whenever I have a free moment, and quite frankly it is exhausting.

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26 things to do when you are sad

26 things to do when you are sad

We all have those days. Sometimes it extends a little further than a day. How can we uplift ourselves out of a rut and start to feel better?

Before continuing with the list, it is important to note why you are feeling sad in the first place. These things can help you feel happier, but it is important to make sure you solve whatever problem caused the sadness. Anyone with depression should consult with a doctor for a more accurate and medical fix since I am no expert. These are just some things I do when I am feeling rather down.

Okay, so let’s start the Go-away-sadness festivities:

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