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MHFA Monthly: Tips to Help You Boost Your Mental Health and Wellbeing

We often talk about the advantages of practicing self-care and how it can boost your mental health and wellbeing. With COVID-19 changing the way we do most things, it’s no surprise that how we do self-care has changed too. The pandemic has also made it especially important to check in with yourself and your mental health.

recent survey by Samueli Integrative Health Programs and The Harris Poll found that 80% of respondents “intend to be more mindful about regular self-care after the pandemic, and 64% were focused on their mental health now more than ever.” Before the pandemic, you may have gone out to eat or treated yourself to a spa day – now self-care may look more like watching your favorite show, saying words of affirmation daily, sleeping early so you feel better rested, or having a virtual game night with your friends.

Your self-care plan does not have to be extravagant or expensive, but it should serve as an investment in your long-term wellness. It should help you safely alleviate stress and recenter yourself. That’s why this month, we shared tips and resources to help you create your own self-care plan or refresh your existing one. We encourage you to explore the information we’ve shared below so that you can #BeTheDifference for yourself and your mental well-being.

Be sure to check out our blog and social media channels for daily information and tips – follow us on TwitterFacebook and Instagram!

We often talk about the advantages of practicing self-care and how it can boost your mental health and wellbeing. With COVID-19 changing the way we do most things, it’s no surprise that how we do self-care has changed too. The pandemic has also made it especially important to check-in with yourself and your mental health.

recent survey by Samueli Integrative Health Programs and The Harris Poll found that 80% of respondents “intend to be more mindful about regular self-care after the pandemic, and 64% were focused on their mental health now more than ever.” Before the pandemic, you may have gone out to eat or treated yourself to a spa day – now self-care may look more like watching your favorite show, saying words of affirmation daily, sleeping early so you feel better rested, or having a virtual game night with your friends.

Your self-care plan does not have to be extravagant or expensive, but it should serve as an investment in your long-term wellness. It should help you safely alleviate stress and recenter yourself. That’s why this month, we shared tips and resources to help you create your own self-care plan or refresh your existing one. We encourage you to explore the information we’ve shared below so that you can #BeTheDifference for yourself and your mental well-being.

Be sure to check out our blog and social media channels for daily information and tips – follow us on TwitterFacebook and Instagram!

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