Nollywood actress, Damilola Adegbite has taken out time to share some inspirational tips on how to snap out of a bad mood with her fans and followers on social media.
The popular actress, in an averagely long note, explained how one can turn a bad day into a good one after waking up on the wrong side of the bed.
She noted that avoiding social media at that time can be a great tool in getting one’s best mood as according to her “a big smile on someone else’s face may bring out my eye-rolling skills.”
“Do you wake up on some days and just feel completely overwhelmed? Your head feels foggy; you can’t seem to focus directly on any thoughts or a task at hand? You just feel so out of energy and drained mentally and physically? I woke up like that today. When I feel like this, a sure way to change my vibration is to have some breakfast (Low blood sugar can be responsible for mood dips)” she wrote on her Instagram page.
“Hold my son tight till he’s complaining about not being able to breathe (expressing gratitude for the things I’m blessed with), digest uplifting content (by reading, watching, or listening to inspiring material), not scroll through social media. (A big smile on someone else’s face may bring out my “eye-rolling” skills), go for a walk or a run. I wasn’t feeling up to it this morning but it’s scheduled for later in the evening (going outdoors has been proven to reduce feelings of stress and improve focus).
“I thought to share with anyone who may feel like they woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning that you are not alone. It’s just one of those days and it will pass, keep a smile on your face and go about your day being the winner that you are.”
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