Every time I have maths, in the morning I always try to be positive about it and think about the overall benefits of passing maths. Staying positive and thinking “you can do it” helps me through my lessons. However it’s sometimes hard because some of my classmates are so negative and hate maths, so they always make negative comments, and their negativity pushes out my positivity, so I end up going into class feeling really down and depressed.
On the other hand, I like to stay positive for all activities and to just make me feel happier. Here are some of my tips on how to stay positive.What do you like to do to stay positive?
Every morning, I grab a drink and sit on either my bed or floor and pop on the app and listen to the woman, who is so calm and peaceful.
STAY AWAY FROM NEGATIVITY
Friend: I really don’t want to do this, it’s so annoying and it’s going to ruin my life
Me (inside voice): Oh, shut up! It isn’t going to ruin your life and yes it’s a little bit annoying but so are you…
Always remember INSIDE voice, otherwise, you’ll lose a few friends.
Also, maybe try and tell them it’s going to be okay! Give some of your positivity to them.
I have a section of my wall where I have a few of my favourite quotes. To see my favourite quotes, click here.
Quotes help me a lot, whenever I’m having a down day I search for a few online and save them, or I look at my wall and just stare at them till I start to feel a little bit better.
“Anything’s possible if you’ve got enough nerve.”
HAVE SOME ‘YOU TIME’
– Listen to music
– Shop (online or actual shops)
– Have a chilled bath, with your favourite bubbles
– Watch a movie, you’ve been wanting to watch forever
– Stick quotes up around your room
– Go for a walk
– It’s up to you