One where I am writing, doing, being, living, laughing.... its the simple things like reading a great book, music, learning.... Most days are great days for me
A good day is when I can enjoy a few accomplishments in spite of my chronic pain. A GREAT day is one with low pain, increased energy, elevated mood and appreciation for all of my blessings. A GREAT day is one in which the words just flow into my writings. A GREAT day is full of interactions with friends and family. A GREAT day includes some peaceful meditation, serenity...classical music, a nice walk in nature, or creativity included. A GREAT day is when I can notice how beautiful it is outside and give thanks for it. A GREAT day is when I have laughed, cried, helped or encouraged another, felt proud of myself or another, or otherwise gotten in touch with some positive feelings.
A great day to me would be having fun like going to the park w/ my niece, the beach, or the carnival
Just feeling in a happy mood and enjoying the people I'm with.
A good day is one where I actually do what I say I'm going to do (rather than putting it off til tomorrow) without having gone back to bed for a nap; and a good day is also one where I'm in an elevated mood, have energy, and basically enjoy life.
lol It sounds so easy! Think I'll have to try harder to have a good day Every Day!! lol
my great day is I finifhed all of my work in a short time ,that is great and the result is great .
My great day is when I woke up from my good sleep, have a cup pf tea, warm and sunny day, spending the day walking on the beach with my hubby and with an awesome view of the ocean.
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