Social media is like that person who’s butt crack is showing while they are sitting down — you don’t want to look but you can’t look away. But really…it’s addicting. It’s informative. It can be interesting and fun. It can be depressing and alienating. But whether or not we like it, social media is now part of the way our society functions.
Do your research, know the flights and the alternatives, call multiple times, don’t overlook open jaws, and when you get the answer you want, book it immediately.
Train yourself to start seeing the best in people.
Find something that you associate with a calm stomach, and have it on hand, so that you can turn to it as a means of calming your mind, and your stomach, immediately. For me, it’s mint or chamomile tea.
Imagine that tomorrow morning, your favourite superhero woke up in your body and was consigned to living your exact life.
Many of us enjoy tea for the delicious taste and health benefits it brings us. However, tea bags can also be used in unconventional ways to promote healing, deodorize, and help keep your home clean.
These will make your room the envy of the floor.
Even when you’re angry, try forcing yourself to smile; they (the internet or some scientist of some sort) say that it would make you feel significantly better even when the going gets tough.
Use fresh milk for your second bowl of cereal. When I eat cereal for breakfast, after I’m done eating, I invariably wind up with almost half a bowl of leftover milk.