Happily Everafter
Teenage Magazine|October 2017

Feeling down in the dumps? These instant get-happy tips are guaranteed to boost your mood in the next few minutes.

Isabel Pang

CRANK THE TUNES:5 mins

What’s more uplifting than belting out the lyrics to your favourite tracks at the top of your lungs? While we tend to find comfort in sad songs, plugging into some upbeat tunes can lift your spirits. Lip sync to Taylor Swift on your way to school, memorise your lecture notes to the beats of Calvin Harris, and dance the night away with Ariana Grande on blast. Or do yourself a favour and flip to p.56 – we’ve got your feel-good playlist covered.

TREAT YOURSELF:10 mins

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