5 Ways to Lift Your Spirits

We all have days when we feel down in the dumps. Fortunately, there are things you can do to remedy your situation and chase those doldrums away!

1. Listen to good music – There’s nothing that cures your ills like boogying down to some good dance music or rocking out to the sounds of your favorite rock bands. There something about music that makes us come alive and want to get up and move! So, put on some good tunes and shake your butt!

 2. Go for a walk – Going on a good nature walk on a beautiful Spring day lifts the spirits and feels so good. Walking is also one of the best exercises there is, so, there are physical health benefits to it as well.

 3. Indulge in your hobbies – working on and completing your hobbies brings out your creative side and gives you the feeling of success and accomplishment. It gives you pride in yourself and in your abilities. And who doesn’t love that?

 4. Surround yourself with your favorite people – Being around the people you love, who love you, and who lift you up feeds your soul like nothing else. When you get together with your loved ones, you know you belong, and you get that much needed sense of belonging and togetherness.

 5. Fix yourself up – As the old saying goes, when you look good, you feel good. When you take pride in your appearance, it shows. Looking your best has a way of building your confidence and your self-esteem. And it also has a way of spreading to others.

The good thing as that you have options. Do any one of these things and watch your mood skyrocket in just minutes. You’ll be glad you did. I promise!

With knowledge comes empowerment!

58 thoughts on “5 Ways to Lift Your Spirits

  1. Every day, Cherie, I do things like this and every day, it feels better! I am off today to spoil myself! Some retail therapy and a haircut is in order for me today! Going out in public for the 1st time in over 2 months and spend the day with my hubby! Gonna be a beautiful day!

  2. Great points Cherie and an affirmation that I am doing all that, and then some. However, you know that your Numero Uno is my Numero Uno every day! 🌞👍🏼👏🏼 Don’t blame it on the sunshine, don’t blame on the moonlight, don’t blame it on the good times…Blame it on the boogie!!! (Channeling my inner Jackson 5 this morning!) LMBO 😲🎶💿💃🏽💐📀😍 Have a FANtabulous day girlfriend!!! 💖

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  4. Excellent advice. When I was in a bullying (mobbing) situation, I had my car radio tuned to inspirational music. There were days I would cry when I hear songs like Reckless by Corey Asbury. I did develop social anxiety, but that is going away.

    • My heart goes out to you, Shari. 💔 Sadly, anyone can develop social anxiety after being bullied. You never deserved to be bullied and mobbed. You deserve happiness and I’m so glad you’re taking your confidence back, and with it, your power. 💖💐🌺 Keep standing strong and loving yourself.

  5. I’ve tried all. Walk is the one that truly helps. But listening to music doesn’t mute my mind as such I need activities that mute my mind. And I am not into any hobbies I don’t know what would qualify as a hobby and the last one fix yourself feels good for a couple days but then you are back in your rut. I don’t know hwo to mute my mind.

    • I completely understand, Mehreen. There was once a time when I didn’t know how to mute my mind either, but I soon found a way, and no doubt you will also find a way eventually. I believe in you and I wish you lots of peace, love, and happiness. 💓💞💓💞

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