Just a quick reminder: Don’t forget to take care of your mental health as well as your physical health during the next few months.
You need to have a safe place you can go to mentally to help you re-center and feel happy.
In her article 5 Tips to Find Your Own Happy Place, Shelley Levitt says “When we feel chaos is closing in, we need to retreat to our happy place.”
If you aren’t quite sure what your happy place is, try some of her tips:
1. Recall places where you’ve appreciated the sounds
2. Summon up the places where you’ve enjoyed visual images
3. Choose a place where you can experience the elements that contribute to happiness
4. Remember where you were when you experienced deep contentment and meaning
5. Stay open-minded
Here are some other things to help you take your mind off things:
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Here are some tips on dealing with stress:
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Let’s Talk About Mental Health Days
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What’s your Happy Place? Share below and let’s all feel a little better about the world.