when can you truly say “It’s a bad day”?

“It’s a bad day” a bad moment, a bad timing.

We say that a lot, implying that it’s not a perfect day that things could’ve gone better. But when “bad” is truly bad?

Maybe bad is just the result of the sums of many moments in our life.
How do we feel appreciated and loved?
How meaningful is the work we do?
What are our expectations and dreams?

And last but not least: how big is the detour of our life from what we dream and expect?

Add these questions to “Is this day going as planned?” and you got a recipe for failure unless your foundations are solid.

After all, stable means exactly that: having solid foundations.

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