1. Decide how your day goes
You may not have control over some things that happen in your day, for example, the way someone behaves towards you. But you DO have control over how you react to a situation. If you respond negatively, it will make matters worse and also put you in a bad mood. But if you decide to react positively, you can change the whole situation around and even learn a really good lesson.
2. It’s not about what you don’t have
We don’t always have everything that we want. For example, I would love to have a bigger team to work on my TV show so we could get more done, but I’ve learned to do the best I can with what I have at the moment. I don’t feel down because of the resources I don’t have. I appreciate what I do have and work towards the rest without feeling anxious.
3. Make a way
There are times when things seemingly go wrong or when the unexpected happens. But see these times as a challenge for you to get your brain working (instead of getting emotional) and think of a solution.
I like to see the humorous side of things in general, even when I go through difficult situations. My husband and I like to joke around and tease each other about things. Laughter is great for you, so lighten up and enjoy life. Do sweat the little things.