6 ways to fill the void when your daily needs aren’t met.


1- Work, forcefully so:

“If it doesn’t suck, it’s not worth doing” -Benjamin P. Hardy 

I feel bad on a daily basis, many times for no reason.

How I feel affects my outlook on life but I will not let my feelings control my productivity levels.

There’s work to be done every day. No excuses. You are not allowed to go to sleep without finishing your days work.

Tomorrow doesn’t exist yet; if you don’t seal the day the way it should be sealed, then stop reading and start finishing your work.

2- Exercise, inspiringly so:

“No man has the right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. It is a shame for a man to grow old without seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable.” — Socrates

Want to live longer? Inspire others? Feel good about the person in the mirror? Eat everything? Sweat the stress out? Make food taste better? Get fitter?


Exercising is the most important daily ingredient you can invest your time in. It will not only beget how your body and mind function but it will let you fall asleep peacefully quicker.

3- Write, confidently so:

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” ― Maya Angelou

I find writers to be the most successfully confident people on the planet, simply because they don’t feel shame in expressing their thoughts for the whole world to read.

Writing not only makes readers happy but also makes writers happier.

When everyone is busy around you to listen to your daily stoics, write them either in a daily journal or a blog.

Keep the habit for at least a week, then it will become second to nature making you feel lighter.

4- Read, excitingly so:

“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one.” ― George R.R. Martin

Reading is not only the most valuable thing you can do daily, but it will take you places you will never reach with any other means.

The beauty of reading is you encapsulate your mind in an imaginative world that the writer wants you to imagine; when writers write, they are telling a story as if they are describing a dream; How hard it is to explain an exciting dream, with all the details in the world surrounding it, to someone?

When you read the writers’ dreams, you dream along.

Dreaming will reward you way more than reality could ever do.

5- Eat, deliciously so:

“We must have a pie. Stress cannot exist in the presence of a pie.” ― David Mamet

Treat yourself everyday after you have sweated the stress, fat and your problems away.

Everyone knows that delicious food, regardless how healthy, fulfills your soul with happiness; so why limit your joyful intakes?


Eat whatever makes you feel good, only diet when the world ends.

There’s absolutely no point in doing or undoing something because you want to impress others; people are too busy to notice your habits.

6- And sleep fearlessly so:

“I love sleep. My life has the tendency to fall apart when I’m awake, you know?” ― Ernest Hemingway

On good days, I sleep peacefully; I do the same on bad days too.

When my day has seemed to be of success, I fall asleep with a smile and thank God for all the blessings he’s given me.

When otherwise, I start narrating a story to the world of anxious fans sat in the stage that is my head; I scan the crowd who are intently listening to my joyful anecdote; I charge up upon their smiling cheeks, when the plot reaches its climax drifting me helplessly away.

my name is sherif; I am a dayenjoyer.

Thank you for reading.

Published by dayenjoyer

video journalist

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