You know that feeling of being a little down, not in the mood to get things done? I'm sure we've all got that 'naaahhhh not today' vibe every once in a while. For me personally, it's most often in the winter, which we can call the winter blues... But the rest of the year, you might as well experience feeling down - but no bad weather to blame it to. You might feel down because of stress from school or work, family related issues or just because, for no obvious reason. I've gathered some of my personal tips to help you cheer up whenever you're feeling down- whatever the reason is. šŸ˜Š

Light up some candles
When you're at home, light up some candles to make it cozy! I've noticed that lighting up a few candles, especially in the evening when it's getting a little darker, instantly makes me feel more relaxed and at ease.

Wrap yourself up in a blanket on the couch
Who wouldn't feel better wrapped up comfortably on the couch? Even if I just want to lay down for a bit and do absolutely nothing, it feels nice and cozy to chill on the couch with a blanket. Sometimes I'll put on some music, read for a bit or watch tv. But even just the comfort of a snuggly blanket can make me feel a lot better.

Take a bath
My number one way to relax! And of course, feeling relaxed means feeling a lot better in general. I love to add my favorite bath oil or a Lush bath bomb for a lovely smell, too. Light up some candles, put on some relaxing music and you'll have a spa experience in the comfort of your own home.

Watch a feel good movie
Last time I felt kinda down, bored and just feeling like doing nothing - I watched a Bridget Jones movie. Even though I've seen them all quite a few times, they're so relatable and funny - it will cheer you up guaranteed.

Good food...
Eating your favorite food, how is that not going to make you feel better? For me, chocolate with my cup of tea is always a little moment that makes me feel good (unless I eat too much, then no, lol) but I guess we all have a favorite food that makes us super happy to indulge in, right?

Do you have some tips you'd like to share for an instant mood boost? Share them in the comments below :)