That’s the mantra I try to carry around with me all the time. It’s basically a variation on the old adage, “The best is yet to come.”
I’ve had some great days over the years – whether they were great work days, great personal days, or whatever – and I’ve had some really crappy days. But after (or during) each day, “tomorrow will be better” has helped me, by putting me in the mindset of either prolonging the good streak, or breaking the bad one.
That’s not to say that we should quit on ourselves today, because “tomorrow will be better.” On the contrary. At the risk of sounding cliché, I really do believe each day is a gift, to do with whatever we choose. So, however your “today” goes, remember: There’s another one scheduled tomorrow.
Make it better.
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