Take a Gratitude Nature Walk
Start to Experience life again. The next time you go for a walk, bring a small journal with you and document all of the things on your walk you are grateful for. Make sure to date it so you can read it back whenever you are having a more challenging day. You’d be surprised at how many beautiful things t here are to be grateful for on each walk.
4 Ways to Practice Self-Care
Cozy Night in
Take at least one night per week to shut off your technology early. Disconnect and read a book or just listen to music and meditate. It’ll help rejuvenate you for the week ahead.
Take a break
Don’t overwork yourself. Once you are feeling burnt out you will need to take a day or two of self-care recovery to reset your emotional and mental health. Try and take 15-30 minute breaks a few times a day to rest your mind and body.
“Channel your energy to focus on the tiny victories in life and you’ll soon see how much good there is in your world.” -Cayla Evans
Organize and clean up
Having a disorganized or dirty home and workspace can actually create long-term anxiety. Taking 30-60 minutes daily to tidy up your home or workspace can actually aide to a more peaceful mindset.
Write a gratitude list
Writing a list of what you are grateful for daily or even weekly can help you start to see life more positively. Focusing on the good and the tiny victories each week will bring back a more optimistic and hopeful outlook on life. Experience life again by practicing daily self-care.
“Your wellbeing is the most important thing, cherish it daily.” -Cayla Evans