12 ways to make everyday count


 12 ways to make everyday count


1. Each morning:

Set your intentions

Say what you’re grateful for

Say your prayers for others

Then start your day!


2. Meditate or deep breath – this forces you to take     mini- breaks throughout your day giving your time to recharge and refuel.     You only need to take 5 or 10 minutes to spark productivity and     creativity.


3. Stop and take a look at all the beauty that     surrounds you.


4. Do one thing at a time so you can truly be in the     moment.


5. Add some “play time” to your day.     


6. Eat healthy, pure, natural foods and drink lots     of water – we are what we eat! The food we eat can affect us physically and     emotionally.


7. Every problems/issue or negative situation is a     Learnable, teachable moment. Always ask yourself: what can I learn from this     situation.  


8. Happiness is dependent on your perspective – how     do you see today?


9. Focus on what you CAN control not what you can’t.     When we stay focused on what we can’t control, we set ourselves up for     failure. You will also waste a lot of time and energy, move forward by     working on what you CAN and you will see results.


10. Show love throughout your day with a hug, a     smile, a warm touch, etc. Its important to say I love you but the actions     really tug at our hearts.


11. Your last few minutes before your bedtime are so     important. Your mood before you go to bed will determine how you sleep and     what mood you will wake-up in. End your night with positive thoughts. You     can do this by ending with gratitude.


12. Remember only YOU are in charge of your     happiness. Always take responsibility for your life.



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About Finding your happiness

Diane Lang, practicing therapist, national speaker, educator, and certified positive psychology coach, has her master’s degree in counseling and is an adjunct in psychology at Montclair State University. She has written three books, and has been featured in various publications, and on TV and Internet shows. Diane speaks on various mental and emotional health topics including Happiness, Resiliency, Stress management, Parenting Positive Aging, Anxiety, and Depression in both teens and adults. Diane also specializes in Positive Psychology Positive Education and Positive Parenting. Thousands of individuals have benefited from Diane’s motivational and educational speaking, trainings, and coaching. Her Hands-on approach along with her background, education and experience has proven to be beneficial to all who attend her presentation. To learn more on how you could bring Diane to your organization please email dlcounselingmedia@gmail.com
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5 Responses to 12 ways to make everyday count

  1. I really love #7 – it reframes the idea of a “problem” and gives you the chance to turn it into an opportunity. To quote Napoleon Hill, “Opportunity often comes disguised in the form of misfortune, or temporary defeat.” When I was a manager in the nonprofit world, I would often tell my staff to come to me with solutions not problems. It was something that a former boss of mine had instilled in me and I always felt empowered by it.

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