Do you end your day stressed and worried or do you relax before bedtime feeling positive and ready to get tomorrow off to a great start? Theresa Glomb, a work and organizations professor at the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management, explains, "Good thingsare about three to five times more frequent than bad things at work, but bad events have about five to 10 times the impact as good things." Inc.com shared: How to End Every Day in a Positive Way (by Rhett Power)
Be grateful. Don’t let an unpleasant situation ruin your mood.
Take a break from social media. Do a quick check but don’t compare your life to others via social channels.
A 2013 study showed that exercise anytime if good for you.
Read something inspirational. Remind yourself how fortunate you actually are.
Balance your perspective. Strive for balance between work and home.
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