...making some tough financial decisions. Whether it's the cutting-up of a credit card, a tough conversation with your financial adviser or simply getting everything in order, you will certainly feel better for personal financial knowledge...
...noticing stuff. What your kids are up to. Witnessing your own thoughts. The weather. The ineffectiveness of today's project meeting. How flavoursome the home-grown potatoes were. Notice stuff: smell the roses. You'll feel a whole lot better.
...signing up for an evening class during the Autumn/Fall. You've been thinking about improving your stand-up comedy/digital photography/conversational spanish/french cuisine. Here's your chance; book on-line today at your local college.
...clearing some of your books. You love them, of course. But they are starting to take over. Sell them on amazon, give them to charity. Ask the local school if they would like them. Yep, clear some of your books-you'll feel so much better.
..collecting up all those coins (euros/cents/5p pieces and those funny ones from Japan) and taking them to the bank for their charity box. More shelf space, more tidy and good cause helped. Yep, you'll feel a lot better.
...taking a detox day. A day of no work or no alcohol or no TV or no meat or....any combination. Give your mind/body a rest. Notice the increase in energy and how with food your taste buds seem re-vitalised to the pleasures of that wood/wine when you return to it.