“Time and health are two precious assets that we don’t recognize and appreciate until they have been depleted.” – Denis Waitley
Be Nice to Yourself.
Take Proper Sleep.
Put the Screens to Sleep Before You Go to Bed.
Write Down Ways to Relax.
Find Support (and Be Supportive).
Eat a Balanced Diet.
Expose Your Body to Sunlight.
Deal with Stress.
Stay Away from Smoking and Alcohol.
Be Social, as Much as You Can.
Find and Practice New Hobbies.
Learn to Live in the Present.
It’s Simple: Laugh and Enjoy.
Talk to someone you trust.
Look after your physical health.
Do activities that you enjoy.
Steer away from harmful substances.
Take two minutes to focus on the world around you.
Seek professional help.
Find ways to learn and be creative.
Spend time in nature.
Connect with others.
Do something for yourself.
Write a letter to future you.
Find more things you can do.
Interact and Socialise.
Pick up a New Skill or Hobby for Better Mental Well-being.
Engage in a Mental Workout to Maintain Good Mental Health.
Feel Good by Doing Something for Others.
Learn How to Reduce Stress — Shift your Mindset and Make a List.
Take care of your body.
Surround yourself with good people.
Learn how to deal with stress.
Set realistic goals.
Break up the monotony.
Get help when you need it.
Take Small Steps.
Plan An Adventure.
Don’t Hold A Grudge.
Eat A Rainbow – Fill your plate with colourful, nutrient-dense food and give your body what it needs.
Stay Stimulated – Mentally stimulating activities help your brain build new cells and strengthen connections.
Feel Your Feelings.
Live In The Moment.
“A fit body, a calm mind, a house full of love. These things cannot be bought – they must be earned.” – Naval Ravikant
“A good laugh and a long sleep are the best cures in the doctor’s book.” – Irish proverb