281. Eat a bowl of cereal 282. Make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich 283. Give yourself the gift of silence throughout the day 284. Gift wrap a few of your favorite ornaments 285. Start a collection of ornaments for your grandchildren 286. Boil a bit of water and drop in a cinnamon stick - enjoy the scent
“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” ― Albert Einstein
287. "Every step, even a tentative one, counts." Anne M Lindbergh 288. Browse photos of national parks: sharetheexperience.org 289. Learn how to operate your remote control 290. Nap as needed 291. Get out of the easy chair 292. Finish your holiday shopping 293. Drive down a country road 294. Create an auto kit 295. After your next meeting . . . help put away the chairs 296. Before Christmas . . . donate a box of items to Goodwill 297. Don't feel as though you must stay very long at the office party 298. Practice mindfulness 299. Figure out what 'mindfulness' means 300. Compliment more than you criticize 301. Be kind to yourself and others 302. Recognize and stay very far away from people who "stir the pot" (co-workers. . . relatives you rarely see, etc.)
303. Read the articles posted at verywell.com or sober recovery or Oprah.com, etc. 304. Don't over evaluate how you are feeling 305. If you are not feeling cheerful, that's okay. Feel at ease or at peace
306. Instead of cheering for your usual team. . . cheer for the team you know is going to win. 307. Update your gratitude list 308. Update your sponsor 309. Thank your sponsor or mentor 310. Go out for lunch with friends and pick up the tab 311. Call several friends and ask them to bring a dish for an impromptu get together 312. Play a board game with family or friends 313. Rearrange the pictures on the wall 314. Contribute to a family member's college fund 315. Make a list of things to do for the day - work on completing the list 316. Don't compare yourself with others 317. Don't compare your journey towards a life of sobriety with anyone else's 318. Don't watch the clock . . . 319. Remember everyday is a good day if you want to think of it that way 320. Count your blessings
321. Watch your pet sleep 322. Remember your mood is contagious . . . 323. Buy a goldfish 324. Go for a swim at the local YMCA 325. Take a nap 326. Go to another movie 327. Put together a puzzle - frame it 328. Cheer for the underdog . . . go Cubs!!! Go Bears!!! Go Saints!!!
329. Learn the rules for handball and join a group at the local club 330. Go bowling 331. Play laser tag with your nephews 332. Watch the original Star Wars film again 333. Catch up on a comedy series 334. Follow the directions on the back of a box of Bisquick - enjoy with your favorite syrup 335. Buy a pedometer - walk a minimum of 10,000 steps per day 336. Invest in a membership at a gym/club 337. Watch college football reruns 338. Learn how to crochet 339. Count your blessings 340. Become a tutor and teach someone how to read 341. Finish packing that box for Goodwill and drop it off before Wednesday 342. Remember your circumstances may not be currently easy, but your capacity to deal with this difficulty relies on your ability to remain sober.
343. Run errands for someone 344. Rake the leaves/shovel the snow 345. Make a resolution to quit drinking 346. Ask someone to be a part of your support system 347. If you don't like the vibe of a meeting . . . Attend another 348. Go for a run 349. Play frisbee 350. Jump rope 351. Hula Hoop 352. Exercise during commercial breaks 353. Watch football 354. Play flag football 355. Play volleyball 356. Shop - put items in your online shopping basket - wait a day reconsider the necessity of the purchase 357. Play pool 358. Play chess or checkers during your work break 359. Listen to a blues/jazz album 360. Listen to the Beatles 360. Listen to Earth, Wind, and Fire 361. Decorate your space at work 362. Recycle 363. Help a co-worker finish a project 364. Finish a project ahead of the deadline 365. Sign up to receive a Bible verse each day 366. Do a good deed anonymously 367. Add new music to your play list 368. Play a new video game 369. Play an old video game - Super Mario Brothers 370. Play an arcade game - pinball macine 371. Listen to a podcast or two 372. Make a podcast 373. Put together/Build a bookcase 374. Build a model plane 375. Paint a model train 376. Hook a rug 377. Repot your plants 378. Read the articles at thefix.com 379. Read the articles at abouthappiness.com 380. Stay in touch with family and friends 381. Go for a hike 382. Plan a road trip 383. Shine your shoes 384. Make a bracelet or necklace 385. Collect pine cones and display them in a bowl 386. Read a few quotes by your favorite author 387. Read few quotes by an unfamiliar author 388. Make a batch of comfort food and share it with a neighbor 389. Freeze a bit of the comfort food and enjoy when you don't feel like cooking 390. Incorporate a bit of cardio into your day 391. Trace your genealogy 392. Iron a couple of outfits for the week 393. Learn how to play an instrument 394. Make a batch of healthy treats for your pet 395. Buy a Slinky or an hourglass or a pendulum for your desk. 396. Don't try to get everything on your "to do list" done in a day . . . 397. Celebrate the milestones in your life 398. Let go of anger 399. Celebrate the milestones in someone else's life 400. Remember to be kind to yourself and others 401. Remember to be patient with others' actions/responses 402. Just breathe 403. Dig in the dirt and plant something 404. Buy a boxing bag 405. Remember it's not necessary to seek the approval of others
406. Walk away before doing or saying something you'll regret 407. Agree to disagree 408. Remember in the long run. . . sometimes it (whatever it is) just doesn't matter/isn't that important - don't hold a grudge 409. Remember worry and regret are not conducive to peace of mind 410. Remind yourself - there's no such thing as perfection 411. Cultivate good habits 412. Make a stepping stone 413. Go for a ride on a motorcycle/ATV/sled 414. Stay in touch with family and friends 415. Say what you need to say and let it go 416. Feel confident enough to share your opinion, even when it is not popular 417. Practice forgiveness daily 418. On your day off . . . plan a short get-away and get away from it all for a bit . . . 419. Listen to a band down by the river or in a park or in a small venue 420. Grab a tent and supplies and go camping 421. Go fishing 422. Buy a windchime 423. Invest in a good pair of running shoes and use them well 424. Give yourself a break 425. Ask for forgiveness/apologize 426. Let go of the past . . . (that includes 5 minutes ago when you lost your cool over nothing especially important) 427. Just . . . breathe . . . 428. Count your blessings . . .