1. BED TIME ROUTINE
Go to sleep when you’re tired and you’ll wake up feeling more refreshed. Listen to calming music and user a lavender hand cream and camomile tea for those people that struggle to get to sleep.
2. MAKE AN OASIS
Make a happy place an oasis that you and escaped too. Create a space that is calming, clean, surrounded with happy things, pictures a favourite candle and music, a blanket.
In this day and age it is only natural to focus on many things at once. Slow it down take a deep breath and focus on the task in hand.
4. DRINK MORE WATER
You need water for our brains and nervous system to function correctly.
5. SUNSHINE AND NATURE
Get up open the curtains and windows let the sunshine in sunshine is great to boost vitamin d, get out and walk in nature. This will boost endorphins (happy hormones) collect happy reminders flowers shells leaves and pictures.
Make a happy playlist for the day, one that sparks you to move, dance, and sing.
Make a calming playlist for bedtime and mediation this will train the brain to slow the body down ready for sleep.
7. MAKE TIME FOR FRIENDS
surround yourself with uplifting people, plan a date, something to look forwards to laughing boosts your endorphins. Find a support group.
Improved self-esteem is the key psychological benefit of regular physical activity. Exercise nearly boosts most of the happy hormones. for example, Dancing, Gardening, Walking, House work especially sweeping, mopping or vacuuming, Low impact aerobics, Yoga, or Pilates. even if it’s only ten minutes a day getting the heart racing will boost your circulation and immune system.
Diffuse oils around the home, couple of drops in the bath or a couple of drops of your favorite oil on a hankie aromatherapy can has a great effect your brain and sometimes you can help change your mood. message me for more information.
10. LOVE YOURSELF
If you fall in love with yourself you will be able to accept others love and help. Face challenges will become easier.