As life throws us unexpected battles, it is bound that is causes us a few bad days at a time. In reality, if one thinks about this “bad day,” in detail, the question of whether it was really that terrible can be analyzed.
Just like anything in life, it is not always possible to get things right the first time around. Whether it is something as simple as making a coffee taste right or writing an A+ research paper, these activities or actions one takes on require practice.
After working on what needs fixing then it is possible that we can perfect these outcomes or situations. Until then the frustration of this “bad,” act will lie deep within our brains unless we think about it differently.
Instead of looking at these hurdles that one has to overcome as bad, one should look at them in a more positive light. At the end of the day, it is a known fact that in order to get good, bad usually comes first.
So, when one looks back at that one annoyance they had to handle at the time, think about, was it really that bad? Probably not. Hence why there are no bad days. Only good can come out of bad even when times seem to be going pretty downhill.