Have you ever had a really bad day?
Maybe you tripped over the cat as you were getting out of bed, ran
out of gas on the way to work because you forgot that you needed to
fill up, botched up a major project that the boss was counting on you
to get right, and burned dinner. When it was all said and done, you
probably wished that you had just stayed in bed that morning.
We all have days like that to some extent. But we also have good
days. They might not stand out in our minds like the bad ones do,
but everyone has them.
So why are some days horrible and others stellar?
Many of us blame it on fate. But what if I told you that you could
avoid having bad days? What if you could prevent even the most
devastating of mistakes, improving both your physical and mental
health in the process?