Need a break from stress?
Go on. Take 5 to remind yourself of the good things in life.
Let’s start with our favorite song about rainbows.
The smell of a box of crayons.
Your favorite ’80s song.
Colorful rain boots.
Jumping in puddles with those boots.
Binge-watching America’s Funniest Home Videos
Fitting into those jeans at the back of your closet.
Playing fetch with your dog.
Feeling like a total rock star when you sing in the car.
Even better: this song comes on and your crew sings along too.
Autumn leaves. ‘Nuff sed.
Volunteering to change the world.
Funny texts from your favorite people.
Being close enough to hear someone’s heart beat.
Finding money you left in your winter coat.
The first ride without training wheels.
Getting a hand-written letter in the mail.
The sound of falling snow on a winter night.
Sheets dried on a clothesline.
Remember, you can always paint a happy little tree!
The first drive home in your new car.
Your Mom’s perfume.
Listening to your cat purr.
When something actually goes your way.
Happy rescue dog stories.
When your music player can read your mind.
Giving someone a 5-star rating in a survey.
Airport arrival gate hugs.
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Relaxing by the fire.
That extra hour of sleep when you fall back.
Snagging that perfectly smothered nacho off the plate.
The reason we gather for Thanksgiving.
Sailing into the gas station when the needle is below E.
The feels you get from taking a kid to see Santa.
A pep talk from Kid President about being awesome (because you are).
Waking up to the smell of PTF bacon, eggs, and coffee.
Bare feet on a cold floor after wearing dress shoes all day.
Dropping your cellphone– and it didn’t break.
When they know your name at the coffee shop.
Making a really good promise.
Paying off a credit card.
Your very own tropical island (for free!).
Watching the sun rise or set.
Watching the moon rise or set.
Seeing a shooting star and remembering that you are made of stardust.
And if none of this is working, find out if you are grumpier than these two:
Jan is a 13-year veteran in the fitness industry and has personally coached and trained thousands of people to live fit and healthy lives around the world. 100 pounds ago, she knew exactly what it is like to be obese, sick and unhappy, feeling like there was nothing that could be done about the excess fat she had gained. That is why she couldn’t be happier to be a part of the Personal Trainer Food team today. She has successfully and permanently lost the fat using the principles of this program.