Your Week Ahead: First you snap your shoelace. Then you miss the bus. Then someone says something sniffy. The next thing you know, you're having a bad day. At every turn, you start to expect another setback or a reason to feel uncomfortable. A classic experience of irritation. Yet what makes a good day? Usually it involves a little more than functioning footwear, well-timed transport and folk who keep their opinions to themselves. As we approach the coming Eclipse, be less sensitive now to trivial tribulations and you'll keep the bigger ones at bay.