How to feel better in everyday life

Self-esteem problems are much more common than we imagine, which is why we would like to talk to you today about how to feel better in everyday life without having to leave your routine. So follow our advice and start being happy.

Often, during work, family life, rushing, stress and routine, we have the feeling that we are not happy and that to be satisfied, we need great things. But this is not the case at all. So today, please learn how to feel better and boost your self-esteem daily by simply changing and adding effortless habits to your day-to-day life. Are you ready?

How to feel better

Changing your perspective

We know that well-being is not a question of magic and that it will not change overnight, but we are also aware that many things can change for the better with a slight change in our perspective on life. So often, the reality we see is the result of our head: don't forget that you can decide how you see life and how you deal with it daily.

Enjoying the little things

First, you should avoid thinking you need big things to be happy because it is not valid. Instead, please focus on the little things of everyday life and enjoy them: a coffee with your friends, being able to go to sleep and wake up without an alarm, watching a sunset, the song you've been waiting for while your playlist is on shuffle, the smell of coffee in the morning, going shopping and seeing that the dress you've been looking at for months is on sale, going outside and it's sunny, or simply realising that you have many more reasons than you thought to be happy. And like these, many other things happen to us every day, of which we are not usually aware.

Accepting what you feel

The saying "everything has a positive side" may be true, and that's what you have to look at to avoid low self-esteem; even from adverse events, you take away a good learning experience that can be useful at another time in your life.

However, no matter how much you try to focus on the positive things, there are bound to be times when you feel worse. Don't repress them or fight against them; allow yourself to feel bad at some point; the body and mind also need to unload. You must learn to live with it and see these moments as a way of mental release, a new opportunity to start with the knowledge you have learned.

Prioritising you

On the other hand, one of the strong points to learning how to regain self-esteem is to know ourselves, take care of ourselves and pamper ourselves. You are the one who is always with you, so treat yourself well, think about all the qualities you have and your potential, make yourself happy. Set aside a little time every day to do the activities you like and make you feel comfortable and fulfilled. This will help you to feel good. Furthermore, just as we have to learn to live with our moments of sadness, we must also do the same with our defects; the trick is knowing ourselves and accepting ourselves as we are.

Living in the here and now

Finally, remember that the only actual reality is the present, don't waste time remembering negative things from the past and don't worry too much about what is to come. The past is done, and we do not have the power to control what will happen. The best thing to do, always according to your values and interests, is to set realistic goals that start today. Then, go for them with determination.

The daily routine of happiness

As we have been saying, it is not necessary to get out of our routine to be happy. So how can we feel better doing the same old things? You may ask. Well, it's probably much simpler than you think. Follow this routine that we propose below, and you will see how you will be a little bit happier every day. The aim of our way is that every day, when you go back to bed, you feel that it has been a good day, despite its "not so good" things. See, this is also about changing perspective. Don't forget the enormous power that language has over things, the way you frame them.

In the morning

For starters, set your alarm clock a little earlier than usual so you have time to go through all your beauty rituals and have a more relaxed and unhurried breakfast. Waking up too early in the morning causes unnecessary stress, which will make the day start worse than it should. By simply setting your alarm clock a little earlier, you can enjoy every morning action before you leave the house on your way to work. Don't forget to smile! Making a little effort to smile more has a significant impact on our mood throughout the day.

After breakfast, a good shower and our favourite beauty rituals, it's time to get out of the house and start the day with a bang. To do this, put on your favourite music on your way to work and enjoy every song. You can also take the opportunity to say good morning to your closest friends and family. We are social beings, and being in contact with the people we love is always good for us.

Once at work, try to be nice to everyone and accept things as they come. Don't put more responsibility on yourself than necessary, and remember, "dress me slowly; I'm in a hurry". Organise yourself well, and you will see that there is time for everything, and things will work out better for you. Within one's possibilities, it is also crucial to do a job that one likes, with which one can feel fulfilled.

Another of the most important things to consider to find out how to feel better is your diet. A varied and balanced diet will keep your body healthy and functioning normally and therefore make you feel better in general. Avoid heavy meals that will lead to a more sedentary lifestyle. Even if you eat at work, try to bring home-cooked food, which is much better for your health and your wallet.

In the afternoon

But it's not all about work, and you also need to unwind. So, once you've finished your working day, take some time for yourself. An excellent way to get rid of the day's stresses is to do at least half an hour of physical exercise every day. Also, socialise with your friends, chat and unwind. Telling your friends or family what you have done during the day, what worries you, what worries you, what worries you or what excites you will take some pressure off your mind.

In the evening

Once you are back home, you can take a relaxing shower before dinner. It's the end of the day, wasn't that bad? Dinner should be light, as this will help you sleep better and get more rest so that you can wake up strong to start your routine again. Remember that it is advisable to leave at least an hour between dinner and bedtime. During this time, you can enjoy your favourite series or film or read a book, for example. It would help if you keep your schedule in mind, so you can organise yourself to do everything you want to do and sleep between 7 and 8 hours a day, which is when your body needs to be fully rested.

Once in bed, before going to sleep, make a mental review of everything that has happened during the day, always focusing on the positive things and learning from a little more pessimistic. Positive thinking before going to sleep has a significant influence on the quality of your sleep. Avoid thinking about the next day, as this will only make you overwhelmed by the things you have to do, and there is no point. Remember to "think in the present", and your present now is your bed.

Now that you know how to feel better daily, isn't it more accessible than you thought? Put all this into practice, and you will see how your self-esteem, motivation and well-being will continue to improve.

In therapyside, we have several psychologists who can advise, support and help you achieve your best version.

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