Top Tips. May


Time is going by, but sometimes it’s hard to know what we did with it.

Many of us continue to struggle with things going on in the world…

...and it can be a daily challenge to be productive, cheerful, and energetic.

So, in case you’re in need of a perspective-swap, I hope I can offer you some ideas to change things up this week.

Spread kindness to others
When you’re feeling down, it can really help to do something nice for someone else.
Here are a few ideas, but feel free to get creative:

Drop off a bouquet of flowers, a cake or another special treat to a friend, or family member.

Write a kind card for someone who went above and beyond, or made a difference in your life recently.

Send a little card or gift to a friend so they know you’re thinking about them.

Compliment someone you don't know.

You’ll feel so good that you made their day and so will they

Make a tiny resolution
No need to wait for January to make a new goal.
Having a small challenge to work toward can give the burst of motivation you need.
It can be something you’ve been meaning to tackle around the house, a health-related goal, or an improvement in the way you take care of yourself. Start today!

Try something new

Time goes by too fast when we do the same things every day.

No new memories are made because we’re operating on autopilot.
In order to change things up, add in some new activities each week.

Maybe a new recipe. Shopping in different supermarket. Taking a different route to work. Walking or running in a new area. Start writing a journal.
Remember how socializing is an important part of self care? Make a plan to see someone you enjoy spending time with.

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