7 Ways To Celebrate Positive Thinking Day

September 13th is Positive Thinking Day and here at HooplaHa we're all about positivity! We want to help you celebrate Positive Thinking Day, so we're giving you 7 things to do today to be positive.

1. Start your day on a positive note by saying, "Today is going to be a good day!" This will set the tone for the day ahead of you.

2. Say some affirmations. These are positive sentences about you or your circumstances that can give you boldness, confidence and self-esteem. WATCH Turning (-) Thoughts Into (+) Affirmations One Photo At A Time to help you focus on your affirmations today.

3. Hang around with positive people. Come back and visit hooplaha.com. You will never have to search for positive news again! We have it all in one place.

4. Show gratitude for the simple things in life. Take 30 seconds and think about the little moments in your life that bring you happiness. Your day will suddenly appear infinitely brighter. "Enjoy the little things, for one day you make look back and realize they were the big things." --Robert Brault

5. Read or watch positive, motivational books, movies, and videos like this one! For more videos like this, follow us on Facebook and sign up for our Only Good News Newsletter.

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In this video from a series highlighting inspiring individuals who overcame adversity, we bring you a football player with a drive to never give up.Richie Contartesi is a small town kid who dreamed his entire life of playing big time college football for Ole Miss.

6. Be kind to someone today. B kind, a club started by sisters, is all about encouraging acts of kindness in our everyday lives.

7. Finally, the best thing you can do for yourself and others, today and everyday is to simply smile. WATCH Happiness Helpers Carry Inspiring Signs To Promote Smiles!

It's amazing how just a few simple words can change someone's day for the better when things are not going as planned.

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"I think the most important part of the program is showing the kids that we're not always coming in to arrest somebody," noted Officer Brain Morrison. "We're here to help them and be friends with them."

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You may think it is easy... but you'd be surprised at how much meat you are actually missing. Executive Chef, Michael Luboff, for Stew Leonard's – the World's Largest Dairy Store and one of the most renowned grocery store chains in the U.S., gives some carving tips to make sure you savor every bit! Along with enjoying it, you want it to look presentable, too!

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"I often come to work or go to meetings and here people talking about how bad the bridge traffic is or how bad it was to be stuck behind a school bus.," she noted. "I often just think to myself how thankful I am for my bike commute because that never, ever happens to me."

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