Let Things Go
There's a famous anonymous quote that goes, "Was it a bad day? Or was it a bad five minutes you milked all day?" Most times, the reason for your "bad day" is just a moment that you decided to hold onto. And by doing that, you become a carrier of bad energy, and it shows in your interactions with other people and in the work that you do. You create a hostile and toxic environment around you.
As a result, people react to you the same way they perceive your energy, and that will definitely prompt some friction with your peers. So, the best thing to do when you're facing a situation that might not be ideal is to take a step back, breathe, and let it go. You don't need to win every argument, you don't need to always be right. Sometimes it's best to swallow your pride, or to understand that you have no control over certain things, and it's best to let it go — for yourself, for your mental health, for your peace.