By allocating a small window of time to dedicate to daily mental fitness activities, students can boost their mental health and help alleviate and identify feelings of anxiety, depression or low mood.
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1st – At the end of the day write 3 good things you have achieved.
2nd – engage in some progressive muscle relaxation.
3rd – Find some time to exercise throughout your day.
4th – Challenge negative thoughts in a thought diary.
5th – Talk to someone about how you are feeling.
6th – Start a to do list.
7th – If you experience a worry, postpone it to worry time.
8th – Be present and live in the moment.
9th – Create an activity diary and schedule in some fun things to do.
10th – Learn some deep breathing.
11th – Eat a well-balanced diet.
12th – Ask for help if you are struggling.
13th – Build a positive sleep environment.
14th – practice some self-care. Have a bath.
15th – Be active throughout the day.
16th – Take a break from social media.
17th – Surround yourself with people who make you happy.
18th – Engage in some volunteering.
19th – Meet up with some friends or family.
20th – Develop a good support network.
21st – Unplug from technology.
22nd – Develop a gratitude jar.
23rd – Set some goals that you want to achieve.
24th – Be aware of your thoughts and feelings.
25th – Take a break throughout the day.
26th – Slow down and breathe.
27th – Do something that makes you happy.
28th – Get into a good sleep pattern.
29th – Imagine yourself in a relaxing and happy environment.
30th – Find what works for you and repeat.