Day 2301: How to have a nice day

Here are some hints about how to have a nice day (based on my nice yesterday):

  • Take nice photos to share with nice people.
  • Be ready to use helping signs.


  • Nicely help yourself and others.


  • Say “please.”
  • Work on acceptance and hope.


  • Be strong (and also vulnerable).


  • Consider forgiveness.


  • Use productivity hacks.
  • Be open to (and less rigid  about)  new experiences and understanding.


  • Put aside what’s not good for you (if only for the day).


  • Do things for fun!


  • Sing new songs, no matter who and how old you are.
  • Consider the past and the future while remaining present.


  • Plan a date night.


  • Share love — locally and globally.
  • Be where you are, completely.







How do you have a nice day?

Here‘s the nice Bon Jovi singing “Have a nice day.”


Nice thanks to all the nice people who helped me create today’s post and — of course! — to YOU.



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17 thoughts on “Day 2301: How to have a nice day

  1. A few weeks ago I went to see a new play called “Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One” about a family that gathers for Passover. A young woman the parents invited and hope to set up with their son turns out to not be Jewish—and it’s her first Seder.
    Everything works out with lots of jokes, because through the bitterness, the salty tears, and the sweetness there is also always laughter.

    • My day is nicer reading your comment, Chris, and I’m thinking that the nice writer of that play is the same Klass-y person who teaches your Jewish Humor class. Nice!

  2. I plan to have a nice day today, Ann. Thanks for some suggestions!

  3. We’re having our Easter dinner today. I’m looking forward to a nice day with the family. Looks like the Easter bunny has been here. There are chocolates hidden everywhere.

  4. with nice images
    i’m now feeling
    nicer, thanks dear Ann!
    in CA we just tell people
    to have a nice day 🙂

  5. Thankfully most of my days are nice days

  6. How to have a nice day? Just smile! ♡´・ᴗ・`♡ Blessed Easter to you and yours, my dear friend.

  7. An excellent recipe

  8. “Consider forgiveness.” Hmmm. Seems like that sometimes comes a little slower to my mind. So thank you for the nudge. It goes well with the “not worrying” you’ve recommended. Both need a little extra encouragement from a good friend, like you. 🙂

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