Whether we live in the past, present, future, I'm sure that you will agree with me that we need to take each day- - -one at a time. We can learn from the past; we can plan for the future; however, today is where you are at, now.
What are you grateful for today? What would you like to acknowledge that you appreciate and are grateful?
Now, what if your day isn't turning out exactly the way you want.
It's raining outside and you can't take the walk that you have been looking forward to all day. Your boss has you doing overtime.
Raining outside: use those cloudy days to empty drawers and throw away stuff that you haven't touched in a very long time.
Your boss has you doing overtime: See if you can negotiate with her or hime whether you can start the day later tomorrow, or, another day.
These ideas can help you shift your mind to what has 'brought you down' to a brighter point of view.
What I would like to leave you with today is not to allow the weather, or your boss, or anything, for that matter, to influence what the outcome of your day is going to be.
Your positive thoughts will determine success or failure, and if you can see the positive, write it down in your "Gratitude Journal." Stay motivated.
And, before turning in for the night, ask yourself, what was the most positive thing that happened, or that you did all day. Because no matter what, you accomplished stuff, you enjoyed doing ..., and then you can look forward to tomorrow.