A bad day starts when you spill coffee everywhere on your way to work.
Then you space out about the important tasks you had to get done.
The icing on the cake? Your boss cancels a presentation you spent all yesterday preparing for.
Bottom line: Today sucked.
Even if you love your job, an occasional bad day is par for the course. It can be hard to shake grouchiness when you wake up on the wrong side of the bed, are annoyed by at work, or distracted by world events or relationship drama.
The secret to recovering from a bad day is learning how to move forward despite it. How you respond can mean the difference between a quick recovery and a full-blown funk.
Here are 5 steps