13 TED Talks to cheer you up on a bad day


Megan S:

These talks are inspirational. I haven’t watched them all yet but when I’m having a bad day I want them on my blog so I can easily find them again.

Originally posted on TED Blog:

It’s a widely documented fact: bad days are cumulative. They begin with pouring yourself a bowl of cereal, only to find that you’re out of milk. They escalate with discovering that the hot water isn’t working in the shower, and they percolate over a terrible morning commute. Add in a thunderstorm or an unexpected tiff with a co-worker and, well, it is all downhill from there. Your bad day will keep on rolling, picking up more and more material as it spins, like a tumbleweed of annoyance.

Bad days are the worst. But these TED Talks are very likely to cheer you up. Enjoy.

[ted_talkteaser id=1283]Louie Schwartzberg: Nature. Beauty. Gratitude
What better to do on a meh day than to stop and smell the flowers? Photographer Louie Schwartzberg’s talk lets you do that very quickly, as he gives them to you in timelapse form. This talk meditates on the…

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3 comments on “13 TED Talks to cheer you up on a bad day
  1. dawnhosking says:

    Thanks for sharing ;)

  2. […] and define my boundaries clearly. This led to me writing about ways to reduce stress and sharing TED Talks that will cheer you […]

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