2. Write or email a note of gratitude or encouragement to a friend. You'll feel better expressing yourself this way and so will your recipient.
3. Stream a comedy program or a comedian via a streaming service or on You Tube.
4. Meditate. Ten minutes of silently focusing on your breathing - inhaling and exhaling - can leave you feel refreshed mentally, emotionally, spiritually and physically.
5. Listen to music that you really, really love, music which lifts you spirits no matter how low they may be.
6. Tune into a podcast of someone who has overcome a major life trauma. This will inspire you to keep chipping away at the burden of grief.
7. Bake. Bread, cookies, a cake. Enjoy what you've created. Then, enjoy it more by sharing your baked goods with a neighbor.
8. Create a gratitude list. Write down a dozen things which are good, right, positive in your life. Don't think too much about it or censor yourself. Just let the gratitude flow out of you.
9. Donate money to a person in need or to a charity.
10. Change your posture. Your body reflects how you feel. Hold your head high, straighten your back when you walk anywhere.