Imagine if every day when you woke up, you told your brain it was going to have a good day? What’s that you say: ‘You want to stay in bed? You hate school? You’ve got too much homework?’ Yeah I know. I have days like that too. Life can get pretty tough sometimes and being ready to face the day feels like too much. I’ve got something in this week’s episode that could help make it a little easier for you.
Here’s what you’ll hear this episode:
- A special exercise to set yourself up to have a really good day at school
- My 5 top tips for making the most of each day
- Some interesting facts about how your brain works so you’ll feel more like the boss when it wants to pull those ‘I don’t want to’ moments.
Helpful Smiley Stuff
I mention the app Calm.com for listening to the sound of falling rain. You can download it here for free and get the sound of crackling fires, babbling streams, rolling beach waves and more.
Over on the blog, parents might like to read, ’10 Ideas to Shake Up Your Family’s Morning Routine’.
Mums you can check out this blog which contains a similar guided visualisation for you to do each morning. Perhaps you can do this as a team with a shared goal?
Want to learn more fun and easy ways to feel happy? Every week, you’ll find me in The Energy Pod. Come and join us. You’ll meet other lovely families, who like you, are making self development and emotional intelligence a priority. If you can’t make it or are late to the party, you can also catch the replay.
You might also really like my fun and easy learning pack ‘You’re Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile’ which takes you through my 5-step process for cultivating your family’s inner smile…..because happiness is most definitely an inside job.
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