5 Ideal Ways To Reset Your Day

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Don't you hate those days, where you get up, and nothing seems to go right?

It immediately puts you in a bad mood - whether you missed your turn-off, slept in, dropped something, forgot something or any morning mishaps. 

But that doesn't mean the day is a write-off!

Here are a few ways you can reset your day, and make it all better. 

5. Some deep breathing...or meditation 

Okay, bear with us - deep breathing can stabilise your heart-rate, help with circulation and meditation can help you calm yourself, and centre your mind. 

So it's always worth a try - even if that just means taking a couple of minutes of quiet time to get some good breathing. 

4. Go back to bed 

You can if you want to! Climb back into your bed and have a bit more sleep, then it's basically like a whole new day!

3. A big brekky 

Food makes things better - fact. Cooking up a feast at home, or taking yourself out for a good hearty meal will not only make you feel good, but good conversation in a nice cafe is what dreams are made of. 

2. Do some exercise 

Endorphins can make anything better - so get out and sweat it out, and you'll feel immediately better. 

1. Visit the Starbucks pop-up cafe!

Chilled coffee - the answer to all of life's problems. 

The Starbucks Coffee Tricycle - aka Tricafe - will make ANY day better  thanks to live music, cold caffeinated beverages and beautiful outdoor weather. 

The cafe will be selling delicious chilled coffee, inspired by the coffee you love - cafe latte, cappuccino, caramel macchiato and chocolate mocha, from 11am-11pm on weekends in various locations - meaning you can get some sunshine, chilled coffee and quality music. 

The deets

The Starbucks Tricycle will be at the following locations from 11am-11pm on weekends: 

  • Al Seef: March 8 & 9
  • City Walk: March 15 & 16
  • La Mer: March 23 & 24
  • The Beach: March 30 & 31 
  • Kite Beach: April 6 & 7 

So head down and try it out, and reset your day! 

Written By

Caitlyn Davey

Caitlyn is an Aussie journalist looking to change the world. In her spare time she loves playing sport, travelling and basically doing anything that means she doesn't have to sit still.