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Everything you do is right

You may be feeling a little down after yesterday, since it was Everything You Think Is Wrong Day. Nothing went right, and everything you thought to be true was false, wasn't it? Well, everything is going to be alright. Today is Everything You Do Is Right Day! No matter what happened in the past, today can be its own bright day. In fact, it's going to be a perfect day, and everything you do is going to turn out right! (Source)


  • Remember, everything you do today is the right thing to do. The bottom line is, do whatever makes you happy.
  • Start the day right - with a healthy breakfast. It has long been known that a good breakfast not only has health benefits but can help people concentrate better on their work during the day.
  • Spend time with happy, positive people. Psychologists and self-help pundits all agree that a person is as happy as the least happy person around them. So, surrounding yourself with cheerful people means that some of their positivity will rub off on to you.
  • Need to de-stress? Take this day to give yourself a much-needed pampering. Go to the spa, spend some time at the yoga studio, or just park yourself on the couch with a huge tub of ice cream and marathon your favourite show.
  • If you know of someone who is having a bad day, brighten up their day and pay it forward.
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