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This is How You Start Your Day Right

AKA how to make the universe work in your favor!
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There are days when, no matter how hard you try, everything doesn't seem to work in your favor. Sure, you can chalk it up to having bad luck or simply it being not your day, but what if we tell you that something can be done about it? Below are five easy steps (and motivational posters!) to help start your day right.

  1. Get out of your bed.

It's the first and most crucial step to starting your day the right way.

  1. Decide how you want your day to play out.

Think of the best possible scenario.

  1. Psych yourself up.

Believe that you can do anything.

  1. Shush your negative thoughts.

Thinking negative thoughts will affect the rest of your day.

  1. Tell yourself to live it like it's your last...

...like it's nobody else's business!

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