On Having A Good Day

Day 226/365: Having a good day requires no effort

Photo by Volkan Olmez on Unsplash

I had a great Monday yesterday.

One of the best Mondays of this summer.

I woke up refreshed and well, although I slept for only 6 hours or so.

I then drove to the office and started working, slowly making my way through my tasks. They weren’t many to begin with, but for some reason my mind was calm and I could do a lot of work in very little time.

At about 1 at noon, I drove home and had a great lunch, followed by a 40-minute siesta in front of the TV. I did nothing but watch some shows and drifted off for a few minutes.

From 3 in the afternoon until about 6, I managed to get my creative juices flowing like never before and managed to do 3 days worth of work into just 3 hours. It was simply amazing and it amazed me more than anyone!

In the afternoon I went for a walk with some friends, then stayed outside until midnight and had some delicious Italian beers.

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As you can see, having a good day is simple.

It doesn’t require for you to spend loads of money, to do eccentric things or to engage in dangerous or stupid activities.

Having a good day sometimes simply happens, and when it does, especially in this fast-paced world, you need to enjoy it.

You need to be grateful for it.

I’m super grateful for having such a great Monday yesterday. It was the breath of fresh air I needed all this scorching hot, slow, uneventful summer. It was a good day indeed, a simple, joyful and relaxed day, both in the working environment and outside of it.

Having a good day is easy and great. Enjoy it when it happens!

Thank you for your time!

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