In a Funk? Here’s How to Pull yourself Out Babe.

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Being your own boss can be hard Babes, especially when you have one of those weeks that’s just ‘one of those weeks.’ But guess what, there’s a reason we all chose this life and it’s totally worth it. Here are some ways we get out of that funk and get excited all over again. Try them next time you’re feeling over it.

 

LISTEN TO SOME INSPO
We turn to podcasts whenever we need some inspiration. Read our podcast 2.0 blogpost for some of the best episode ever here.

 

DANCE IT OFF
Dancing around the lounge instantly puts you in a good mood and makes everything feel better. You can’t not smile when you’re twerking to yourself, releasing your inner Beyoncé, with the dogs running around you in circles wondering what the heck’s going on.

Here are a few mood-boosting beats to get you started.

Shake it off - T Swizz. We don’t like to call ourselves swizzlers, but shaking it off is exactly what you need to do when something’s got you down.

You Do - Kings. You do you Babes, move forward just a little. Kings knows what he’s talking about, plus he’s a Kiwi so we rate him even more than we would if he wasn’t.

Jump - Kriss Kross. Dare you to try not jump when this song comes on.

Started From The Bottom - Drake. As you indulge your wannabe rapper, think about how far you’ve come.

Run The World - Beyoncé. Had to be included, because who run the world? You.

 

READ ALL THE QUOTES
There’s so many inspirational quotes in the world. Too many. These ones are our favs that we personally connect with and have chucked up on our mood boards to keep us going when we’d rather not. Next time you come across a quote that works for you, save it, cut it out, screen grab it, so you can refer back to it when you need to.

“Be a vehicle of good.” Unknown, currently scribbled on a postit note and pinned to our wall.

"If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude." Maya Angelou

"Be humble, be hungry and always be the hardest worker in the room." Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson

“It's what you've done with your time, how you've chosen to spend your days, and whom you've touched this year. That, to me, is the greatest measure of success.” Wonder (aka best, tearjerking book ever)

“When I’m not feeling my best I ask myself, ‘What are you gonna do about it?’ I use the negativity to fuel the transformation into a better me.” Beyoncé Knowles

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