5 Ways to Better your Mind

Everyone has those days of hating themselves or reluctant to do/try anything new. Although, these things are good for you to try. Go out there and try new things, have fun with your friends. That’s why I’m going to tell you about 5 ways to better your mind (roll credits)

1. Pep Talks

If you are having one of the days where you say that you can’t do whatever it was, try shaking yourself up with a pep talk. Look into a mirror and say “I can do this. I’m the best at this. No one can hold me back now!” Don’t laugh at yourself or call it dumb afterward! You’ll just be back where you started

2. Spa days!

Odds are you can go to your local store and buy a couple face masks. Or, you can be cheap and create your own! Get someone to give you a massage, or pop your back just to get your mind off those stressful things.

3. Talk about it

I know talking can be stressful for some, but it really helps to just talk to a friend about that one class that just stresses you out or that fight that you had with your other friend.

 4. Do what makes you happy

Immerse yourself in a book, or even a game. Maybe watch a movie or take a nap. Play with your dog or cat. Go shopping, garden. Do whatever makes you feel happy to feel better.

5. Have fun

This may sound very similar to the last point, but literally. Go have fun. Go see a movie, or eat lunch with your friends. Go bowling, go to the arcade, or just walk around town. It’s that easy to have fun.

Those were 5 ways to better your mind, there are so many other ways out there in the universe, try to find some more 🙂



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2 thoughts on “5 Ways to Better your Mind

  1. Thank you for this.

    I think I need more of #4 and 5. I tend to get caught up in everything I have to do to the point that I don’t make time for myself, and there’s still a part of me caught in that mentality of “why bother going out and having fun if I’m by myself, because I’m not going to have fun, I’m just going to be dwelling on the fact that I’m all alone surrounded by couples and families.” But it doesn’t have to be like that. And I’ve gotten a little better at that as I’ve gotten older.

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