11 Simple Ways To Positivity


Staying positive is much easier said than done. I know I can use all the help I can get with tips and tricks because we are given a choice every day to lead a life that cultivates positivity. A simple shift in perspective can make or break our days. Just like the exercise of the glass being half full versus half empty reveals our point of view, we can also evaluate our state of mind by how well we are incorporating positive activities and thoughts into our lives.



Small decisions we make throughout the day can end up affecting us more than we think. For example, when I wake up and reach for a glass of water to start my day rather than a glass of juice, I am giving my body positive nutrition. When I let myself relax and laugh with those around me, I will feel a release of positivity that overrides any stress I may had been feeling. And when I spend 20 minutes of my evening with my children having dance parties instead of scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed, I am pouring positivity into my spirit rather than playing the social media comparison game.

The video below called 11 Simple Ways to Positivity is from SimpleReminders.com. It shares with us a message we all need and gives us tried and true methods to help us stay positive in our everyday lives. Sometimes all it takes is a simple change. There are tips such as not getting into drama, taking time for yourself, practicing gratitude, exercising, smiling more, and getting better sleep. Pick one tip to start implementing right away!

Of course, we can't do it all, but try one of these tips every day and see if it makes your days a little brighter!

What tip do YOU plan to try? Tell us in the comments!

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Amanda is a wife, mother, writer, and certified life coach. Pen and paper make her spirit come alive. She spends her creative time reading, decorating, and handwriting fonts. Her world is better with an assortment of chocolate and a stack of books packed and ready for travel. She is a writer for Downs Ups & Teacups. When she's not writing, she's planning outdoor adventures with her husband and two children. She believes life feels best when it's truly lived!

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