2022 is here, and i believe it’s time that we talk about how to we can improve our mental health. Of course i’m know expert and my advice isn’t going to be for everyone. Nevertheless, we should all think about our own mental health from time to time – alot of people actually struggle doing …
As one on the new year goals, i’m embarking on new lifesyle journey. Learning to love and respect my soul, mind and body. I know we are only 6 days into 2022, but everyday so far i am learning something new about myself – who i am and who i am becoming.
In today’s world, social media is a digital outlet that can allow us to off load and share different things about our lives, connect with others, a way to find out information and also entertainment. Eventhough it can be fun, it can also be unhealthy for your mental health and self-esteem.
It has taken a whole year to adjusted and semi comfy to the new ‘normal’ (surviving) and now we are preparing to return to the old ‘normal’, whih isn’t the sort of normal we recognise at all or aleast haven’t meet with for the last 12 long months. When we consider the enormity of this milestone, of course it’s going to be really strange transition, there is nothing ordinary about going in or out of a pandemic.
Are you wanting to boost your mental health?? Well, you will be happy to know that it’s very simple to do. Something as little as changing up your day can turn your mood around for the better.
After a year of changing from pyjamas into loungewear and back into pj’s day in day out. So now more than ever – especially with the warmer months the spring summer 2021 fashion trends will definitely renew your exitement for getting dressed in the morning.
Online and offline world very often becomes blurred, which can leave us feeling disproportionately discounted from our reality. So the most obvious question is ‘how do we find a way to navigate social media in a way that serves you?’.
We all know how important it is to spend time outside and reconnect with nature and it can benefit us both mental and physical.
Just how often you find yourself turning things down or shying away from doing things out of your comfort zone? How often do you say the word NO? For me, this word crops up for too many time than i would like and even more than the word “yes”.