#3 - Stock up on vitamin D
Vitamin D is essential to maintain a good mood. We get it naturally from sunlight and store it in our skin. When we don't get enough of it, it affects our mood. Taking good quality over the counter supplements can help sustain your energy levels for the day.
#4 - Smile.
When you smile, you release a cascade of feel-good chemicals in your brain. Your body relaxes, and blood pressure may be lowered. Smiling is contagious, too, so if you smile at others you’ll help them feel better as well.
#5 - Be grateful.
Recent research has shown that when you take time to appreciate what you already have, you’ll feel more energetic and optimistic. Make a list of things you’re grateful for, and people you’re grateful you know.