21 Day Mental Health Challenge

It’s no secret that I have an anxiety disorder. Because I also have fibromyalgia, anxiety and stress can cause a lot of flare ups, so I have to be careful to manage my stress levels.

Mental health is something that’s really important to me. I’ve been wanting to do a “mental health challenge” for a while, so after a lot of research and consideration about what’s doable for me. I’ve come up with my own spin on a 21 Day Mental Health Challenge. I’ll be checking in with my progress every Thursday for the next few weeks. So without futher ado, here’s what I’ll be challenging myself to the next 21 days & if you want to follow along!

June 2: Run a bubble bath & relax

June 3: Journal 10 things that you’re grateful for

June 4: Take a walk outside

June 5: Call someone you love

June 6: De-clutter a space in your home, office, or car

June 7: Make a list of short-term goals

June 8: Start a new book you’ve been meaning to read for a while

June 9: Slow down. Take time to watch the sunset

June 10: Take a social media sabbatical

June 11: Get rid of 5 things you never use

June 12: Take a break. Eat lunch away from your desk

June 13: Send an encouraging text to 5 people

June 14: Unsubscribe from unneccesary emails

June 15: Wake up 30 minutes earlier to meditate

June 16: Go the entire day without complaining

June 17: Plan a coffee date with a friend

June 18: Create a new uplifting playlist

June 19: Make time for breakfast

June 20: Do something you’ve been putting off for a while

June 21: Research something new for your skill-set

June 22: Practice being present

 

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