How to switch a bad day into a great one

Bad days and events are inevitable, but it is up to you and the power of your mind to switch things around to make a bad day into a great one.

Here are some tips:

Put on some pajamas and light a candle

Yupe, I know it sounds silly, but some of us keep the coziest and fun pajamas that make us smile. Light up your favorite scented candle to relax and decompress.

Play around with your makeup


Putting on makeup is like an artist painting on a canvas. It will help you relax and focus on your beauty instead of the sh—-ty day. Try on a new eyeshadow, contour, or lip palette. Go on YouTube and see how the pros apply their makeup to shift your focus on creation.

Take a bath


Unwind after a long day with a good ol’ bath. Drop a Lush Bath Bomb, Epsom Salt, or Baking Soda to relieve your tensed muscles and soak into bliss. I usually drop a rose quartz and a clear crystal to shift the energy into love and clarity.

Smudge yourself and your home


Smudging is a powerful cleansing technique from the Native American tradition – but primarily it refers to the art of cleansing yourself and your environment using sage. Our homes, objects, and bodies do not consist of purely physical matter; they also vibrate with subtle, invisible energy. Cleansing a space or our bodies with techniques such as smudging clears away all the emotional and psychic “garbage” that may have gathered. The burning of smudge sticks is an effective aromatherapy agent, especially when combating feelings of depression, anger, fear, frustration, resentment, and grief.

Sending loving happy vibes!  💋

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