This one is important to remember. It’s amazing how taking a nice deep breath when tensions are high manages to calm your nerves. It’s important to not let the actions of others affect your mindset when out and about. If someone takes your parking space, don’t worry about it. There will be another one soon. If someone gets in front of you in line, strike up a conversation!
Whether you are out driving, shopping, or catching a flight, there are going to be other people. Lots of them. Try not to drive if you’re tired. If you have to drive, make sure to grab a coffee to stay alert. The same goes for shopping. An alert shopper is more likely to have a better, faster experience.
Of course staying in by the fire with some egg nog is ideal, but if you have to go out, try to plan where you need to go. Stick to that plan, but don’t worry if you get off course due to things like traffic. If you are flying, make sure you give yourself extra time to get through security checkpoints.
It’s easier to smile and feel better instantly, than to stay angry. If you see someone struggling with their luggage, groceries or presents, offer to lend a hand. Odds are, you will make someones day. This will make you both feel better.
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