Use your joy triggers to boost your mood:  ... - Deepstash

Use your joy triggers to boost your mood:  Feeling down, stressed, or anxious?

Instead of ignoring these feelings, try these simple tips to find joy:

  • Stop what you're doing
  • Choose one activity from a list
  • Focus on being present and mindful

Remember, this won't solve all your problems, but it can help you get through the day! 

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Embracing the small, everyday pleasures and understanding your brain's happiness chemistry can transform your mood and unlock constant positivity.

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