Mental Health is your overall well being and isn’t something that should be ignored. According to the World Health Organization, one in four people in the world would be affected by neurological or mental disorders at some point in their life. Currently, around half a billion people suffer from conditions of mental health. It affects your social life, career, academics, and a lot more. Here are a few tips to enhance your mental health:
Research suggests that your perception of
yourself may affect how you feel. When you perceive your life and yourself in a
negative light, your brain helps to confirm that bias through daily
experiences. So, always promote positive feelings of personal power
and self-worth. Tell yourself, “I guess I’ll have to work harder on the next
interview” instead of “I’m such a loser, this was the third interview I tanked.”
Your psychological mental health, well-being, and happiness have close links to gratitude or how grateful you feel. To become more grateful and find happiness in little things, you can adopt the practice of maintaining a gratitude journal. It encourages you to be grateful in general and make a gratitude list that you can refer to whenever you are feeling down. It fills up your heart with satisfaction and gives you that intangible warm feeling that has nothing to do with temperature.
Be Mindful Of The Moment
Living in the
moment and being more mindful helps you to shed off negative emotions and move
on from a difficult past. Being mindful means, you are more aware of your
surroundings and sensations in everyday mundane routine like having breakfast,
showering, biking to work or back home. Pay more attention to the sounds,
smells, touch, and taste of your daily experiences.
A workout is great for your muscles, bones, and especially useful for a healthy and functional brain. During a workout, your brain releases plenty of hormones called endorphins. These chemicals improve your mood and relieve stress. It’s one of the reasons why people have an unexplainable smile after an intense session of sweaty exercise. These hormones work well to fight against depression, stress, and other conditions that may affect your mental health adversely.
Change Your Diet
A diet filled
with nutrients goes a long way to nourish your physical self and your brain.
Try to stay away from trans fats and fast foods. Instead, plan out a diet with
a moderate amount of complex carbohydrates, proteins, good fats, and of course,
veggies and fruits. These food items increase serotonin, dopamine, and more
chemicals that have a calming effect on your mind and keeps you alert. A
healthy diet also keeps you away from obesity that has been linked time and
again with negative mental health.
Don’t wait for a resolution or the “right time.” Start with these tips today to take care of your mental health. A healthy and active brain keeps you productive and happy and it ripples into your social and professional life as well.
Who has time to sit on a mat and meditate for hours? All you need to do is implement the following easy five-minute meditation methods to make this work.
Time is always of the essence of modern life. Our days are a blur of commutes and work. Most of us even bring work home with us, meaning that embarking on anything meaningful during our evenings is out of the question.
This is terrible news for our social lives, and for out of work activities like meditation. Honestly, who has time to sit on a mat when they don’t even finish work until the early hours? The trouble is that by scratching meditation and other mindful practices, we leave our wellbeing and mental health at risk.
Something has to give, and it often comes in the form of the time we dedicate to these tasks. For example, it’s entirely possible to fit meditation into even busy days by merely considering five-minute sessions instead of hour-long marathons. All you need to do is implement the following easy five-minute methods to make this work.
Keep Things Simple
You won’t have time to embark on an intense guided mediation in five-minute chunks, so don’t try. Instead, keep things simple to make sure you can enjoy the benefits of meditation in short timeframes. Focus on straightforward breathing exercises that can lead you into a whole new world despite the running time. This will stop you from feeling a sense of failure when you have to cut things short. It also guarantees some level of mindfulness despite your limited practice.
Many of us take between ten and twenty minutes just to settle into meditation, but that’s not a luxury you can enjoy. Instead, invest in sure-fire ways to focus attention fast for efficient meditation. Apps like Calm are invaluable as they provide plenty of five-minute sessions. Equally, mala beads can get you into the zone in seconds. Simply take the time to learn how to cleanse mala beads so you can get straight down to business when it matters. With these tools, you should be able to focus in seconds and get down to serious meditation for the remainder of your sessions.
Let Go Of Your Need For A Set Meditation Space
Set meditation spaces are fantastic, but letting go of your attachment to a ‘meditation room’ is vital to make fast meditations work. There’s just no point wasting time getting to your meditation space in the first place. Instead, quick-fire success rests solely on your ability to meditate wherever you happen to be at the time. You could be in your kitchen or riding public transport, and you should still be able to switch into meditation mode to fit that five minutes into your daily life.
Making time for anything every day can be a challenge, especially something like meditation that’s often pushed to the side. Luckily, five-minute sessions could be the key you need to unlock this habit at last. Simply make sure to keep these points in mind and stick to your schedule to enjoy the benefits you always assumed were out of reach.
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Happy National Gratitude Month! The practice of gratitude is incredibly powerful. It’s something that I teach my patients about on their very first visit and continues to remind them of in the future. Further, I see gratitude as a way of shifting into a future version of ourselves – a version we often dream about.
You know, the one that doesn’t have the intense reactions when things aren’t going our way.
The one that has no self doubt when wanting to launch the business we’ve been crafting in our minds.
The one that has no fear of judgement and can completely be herself.
You know, the one that is actually happy living life because she knows she’ll be provided for.
YES, it really is that powerful!
Gratitude & the Law of Attraction
You see, the more we harness the feeling of gratitude (that loving feeling in our hearts), then, we are actually sending out vibrations to the universe. These vibrations are saying that we want more of those circumstances in our lives !!
This is how the energy behind gratitude works, it’s called the Law
of Attraction. Quick digression before I continue explaining how to create a life you want to live, it’s important, I promise.
Do you remember the film, The Secret?
If you have not, it’s all about the Law of Attraction. I personally don’t think it articulates it in a practical way. After I watched that film I became obsessed with my thoughts. I thought that any sort of negative thought I had would manifest. It was actually quite exhausting and anxiety-producing. This is not the way the Law of Attraction works. Just because you have a thought does not mean that that thought is going to come true.
The “secret” aspect of the law of attraction, is that you have to continue to place out the vibration of what you want while believing that you already have it.
Yup, you read that right. You have to believe you already have the thing that you’re wanting to call in.
*** This is because you have to become an energetic vibrational match for that version of yourself in order for it to land.
Say you want to be a famous musician, but you are terrified in
front of crowds. Well, in order to manifest that dream, you have to step into the
person that can rock it in front of crowds. Beyonce Knowles actually had an “alter ego” named Sasha Fierce to
help her do this!
Law of Attraction & Health
Dr. Joe Dispenza spends his time teaching people these principals while helping them heal from physical ailments by believing that they do not have the disease they are trying to get rid of. Dr. Joe has them see themselves in life without the disease, and feel into what that feels like. In doing this, his patients are actually aligning with a healthy version of themselves. For some people, it’s a spontaneous instant healing. For others, it takes them weeks, months, years. It all depends on how powerful you truly (at a bodily level) believe yourself to be.
What this means is that we can create the life we always wanted to
live – we just have to believe it to be true. We can’t just mentally believe it to be true, that mental knowing MUST
be translated into the BODY.
Embody as in feeling into that belief, knowing that it is already yours.
Embodiment is the missing piece when I talk with patients who already have gratitude and affirmation practice. They spend time changing mentally, re-writing the tapes their minds like to play or at least recognizing that they can shift their minds. The issue here is that it is not translated down into the body.
Over time, I think embodiment can come if they begin receiving
positive feedback from their environment. Yet other times, it seems as if
they’re saying these affirmation mantras over and over in their minds but
they’re not seeing any changes in their day to day lives.
Sometimes this happens due to conditioning that has to be uncovered first, the body must deal with the wounds that created the belief around control, self-doubt, judgment, unworthiness, you name it.
Stay tuned for my next post on how to shift out of these conditioning patterns. For now, I invite you to work on the future self visualization process that I give to all of my patients on their first visit. It’s a simple yet powerful process that can be implemented daily. I’d love to know how it goes for you!
Meet the Author
Hi, my name is Sarah. I am a naturopathic doctor, reiki master, and intuitive empowerment coach.
Through my naturopathic medicine internship, I began to realize that the body has a lot more to say than what I was conventionally trained to look for. I’ve found that the body stores many emotions, memories, and unhealed past events which all contribute to physical disease.
During this time I was also on my own healing journey. It was on this journey that I began to realize how powerful awareness is. I concluded that in gaining awareness, our perspective will shift, and in perspective shifts, our entire lives will shift and we will begin to live life authentically, with meaning. I hold space for people to explore these unknown aspects within themselves, spaces they otherwise wouldn’t explore. Through this exploration, we come to the awareness that will ultimately set them free and allow them to heal. The way I see it is that I’m just a human, supporting another human with an open heart and a nonjudgmental mind.
I received my Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences from Western Michigan University in December of 2013, my Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from the National University of Health Sciences in April of 2018. Additionally, I received my Reiki Master Certification in January of 2019, and I am currently in a Masters of Acupuncture program at the National University of Health Sciences, will graduate in December of 2020.
I live in the suburbs of Chicago with one of my best friends and my dog, Reece. I love exploring the nearby forest preserves and occasionally venturing down to Starved Rock and Matthiessen State Parks. Being outside, specifically in a forest, is where I find myself happiest. I also enjoy reading, writing, and talking about universal concepts with my friends. They always joke that no conversation with Sarah can happen without it turning existential. Good way to be if you ask me!
Are you getting into bullet journaling and are trying to figure out how to incorporate mental well-being or self-care into your journal? It is so so easy to add mental health into your bullet journal. Here is a brief breakdown of the bullet journal planning method, several ways to incorporate mental well-being and self-care into your bullet journal, as well as some layout inspiration!
What Is A Bullet Journal
At its core, a bullet journal is a personalized planner. These planners are generally done using the bullet method made popular by RyderCarroll, read more about the bullet method here. Besides this unique method, what makes bullet journaling unique is its limitlessness. The bullet journal can be used in nearly any way you want. Some people use it for planning, for art, for travel, for journaling, or any combination of anything they can think of. While there are still pure bullet journalers out there, bullet journaling has morphed into so much more. One really popular use for the bullet journal is for mental wellbeing and self-care.
How to Use Your Bullet Journal for Mental Well-Being & Self-Care
There are countless ways to utilize your bullet journal for mental well-being and self-care. One of the most popular ways is with the mood tracker. A lot of people keep track of their moods on a day today basis. They might color code a grid known as a year in pixels, or they may create monthly pictures from their mood. However, you decide to track your moods, its one of the easier ways to view your mental well-being all in one place.
Another popular layout for mental self-care is a self-care list of schedule. These layouts have no limits and are often set up like a list or routine schedule which focuses on self-care, how to practice self-care, when self-care was practiced, or any combination of these options.
For people with mental illness or more severe mental concerns, there is an array of ways to use your bullet journal to help. Some trackers that I have made for clients with these concerns include medication trackers, symptom trackers, trigger trackers, sleep trackers, exercise or other habit trackers,self-care lists, hygiene schedule, self-care schedule, rewards schedules, water trackers, etc.
One final layout idea for mental well-being is a gratitude
layout. This can be in the form of a tracker or can be a reminder list, or
really anything you want it to be. I
personally like creating word art out of my gratitude. You cannot go wrong is a
mindful and positive approach like gratitude
Bullet Journaling is a great way to keep an eye on and improve your mental well-being and self-care practices. There are unlimited ways to use your bullet journal in this way. If you want more inspiration, check out my gallery here!
As you know, I am a huge proponent of self-care and mental health topics. I think that being aware and knowing how to take care of our mental health is hugely linked to other forms of well-being; however, are not taken as seriously as other forms of health. This post is an inspirational list of mental health bullet journal layouts. These include mental health trackers, self-care lists, gratitude pages, and other mental wellness related layouts. This post may contain affiliate links
Mental Health Tracking
My favorite part of this layout by @wild.woman.rising is that it is not only mental health tracking but also incorporates various forms of tracking like habits, sleep, etc.
This is a layout of my own which I created for a client, it’s a generic mood pixels layout but horizontal to fit into an A6 sized notebook!
This is another year in pixels created by Little Coffee Fox which I adore! I love the use of watercolor and how she only outlined the grid, it looks very nice!
This layout is a trigger tracker by @juliettestudios inspired by @lindsaybraman. I love this layout because it is not like most other mental health layouts. This layout is far more specific than most but SO useful.
This layout is another year in pixels by me. This particular one tracks 5 different moods.
This layout is another perfect example, by @akiyamahanayu, of a layout that incorporates not only mental health items as well as spending and other habits.
While a sleep log is not necessarily a mental health tracker per say. However, I am a strong believer that sleep affects mood and well-being so closely. For that reason, I have included sleep tracking into this post.
Mood trackers are incredibly popular in bullet journaling. What I like about this one by @bu.joos is that it is not a pixel grid but instead a line graph. I love this!
I love the very creative ways moods can be tracked. In this article are several examples. This one by @megobujos is a geometric mountain range.
This is one of my favorite layouts which I have done for a client. This one is in an A6 size notebook and looks so fun!
Similarly to the above sleep log, this log is not necessarily about mental health but it includes tracking medication, sleep, and water. Also, this one was created in an A6 sized notebook.
This final mood tracker by @rachelbujo is beautiful. I love the wheel design, green color scheme, and natural vibe. A circle or wheel design is a fun way to track moods!
I am a huge proponent of self-care. Sometimes you don’t need a super intricate layout to incorporate self-care into your bullet journal. A simple list can be perfect.
This is a layout that takes a simple list of self-care ideas and ads cute doodles! Love this one by MissLouie.
Similar to the layout previously, this one by @mashaplans is a creative way to list self-care ideas!
I love this idea by Little Coffee Fox because of the creative alphabet twist! I think this layout can be so beneficial for someone who is struggling to come up with self-care ideas.
This self-care bullet journal layout is different than the ones previously mentioned. However, I love it! It’s such a simple idea and looks so clean. This page is a great layout by @hollylovesplanning.
I know I have already shown a ton of self-care list layouts. BUT this one by the Bullet Journal Addict is so pretty so I wanted to share it too.
I love gratitude layouts. I think the practice of gratitude is so important. Simply remembering good things can change your mindset for the better. This layout is a simple list page where you can add anything you want to the page that reminds you of things you are thankful for.
This gratitude tracker by @heartistic.jess is a fun twist on sunshine. Each day of the month you write something you are grateful for in one of the sunrays.
Other Mental Health Wellness Pages
This worry tree by @sparklymalarkey is unlike any layout I have seen previously. I love it for someone who might struggle with anxiety or someone who worries too much (aka me). I would love to learn more about the process of creating it!
Mindfulness is such a beautiful and useful idea and practice. Having a layout that helps you to be more mindful is an awesome idea! This page was made by @the.petite.planner and is so creative yet simple!
It is pretty common for people to incorporate quotes and motivational words into their bullet journal. I personally LOVE this concept. I personally have created pages to list positive and inspirational quotes. This page by Productive and Pretty is just like that, beautiful!
Similar to a gratitude list or a list of quotes, a list of items which make you happy is a fantastic idea for someone struggling with depression or any level of sadness. This one by @PassionPlanner is so beautiful.
Here is a list of needs by Little Coffee Fox. I love this idea because it is so easy to forget to take care of our own needs!
There are so many benefits of mindfulness and meditation tracking or listing out your meditation topics or experiences are great for your mental health. I love this idea by @bujo.casio.
These mental health pages are not for everyone, but for some people, it is a game changer. Want to check out more bullet journal layouts, check out my Instagram! Let me know what you are thinking in the comments below!
This time of year is my favorite time as the leaves have fallen and the holiday festivities are beginning! This is the time of year that brings people together as we celebrate togetherness, kindness, gratitude, family, and giving. In celebration of the upcoming holidays and this season, I have put together some beautiful and amazing holiday quotes, a list of holiday DIY projects, and some great charities to take part in!
I love all the holidays and getting to see my family a lot during the fall. I also love the weather and getting to wear sweaters and jackets.
The holidays are a rough time for the homeless, but it’s a year-round problem we have to solve.
Holidays have been commercialized. It has become about material things. But the holidays are about sharing stories and being in each other’s presence.
Malcolm D. Lee
Holidays are all different depending on the company and time of your life.
Holidays are about experiences and people, and tuning into what you feel like doing at that moment. Enjoy not having to look at a watch.
I love everything about the holidays: the decorations, the parties, and spending time with friends and family. What I love most is that feeling of giving back. Every bit counts.
Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.
William Arthur Ward
I love Thanksgiving because it’s a holiday that is centered around food and family, two things that are of utmost importance to me.
Thanksgiving just gets me all warm and tingly and all kinds of wonderful inside.
Thanksgiving Day is a good day to recommit our energies to giving thanks and just giving.
We’re getting ready to sit down at the table and have Thanksgiving, and there’s people that are not with their families. There are people that are in dangerous areas, putting their lives on the line to keep our country free, and I think that’s something we should all celebrate every day.
You may have heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. There’s another day you might want to know about: Giving Tuesday. The idea is pretty straightforward. On the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, shoppers take a break from their gift-buying and donate what they can to charity.
Thanksgiving is one of my favorite days of the year because it reminds us to give thanks and to count our blessings. Suddenly, so many things become so little when we realize how blessed and lucky we are.
Gratitude is the inward feeling of kindness received. Thankfulness is the natural impulse to express that feeling. Thanksgiving is the following of that impulse.
Henry Van Dyke
Christmas and the holidays are the season of giving. It’s a time when people are more kind and open-hearted.
The smell of pine needles, spruce and the smell of a Christmas tree – those to me, are the scents of the holidays.
Christmas is the day that holds all time together.
Maybe Christmas, the Grinch thought, doesn’t come from a store.
I will honor Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year.
Christmas is doing a little something extra for someone.
Charles M. Schulz
Christmas is not a time nor a season, but a state of mind. To cherish peace and goodwill, to be plenteous in mercy, is to have the real spirit of Christmas.
Christmas isn’t a season. It’s a feeling.
Some people are born for Halloween, and some are just counting the days until Christmas.
Amongst all this joy and wonder, it is also important to recognize that this is not the case for everyone. Not everyone feels blessed and joyful this time of year and this is important to recognize. Here I would like to share some great charities for the holidays.
This week on ElizabethJournals I have been planning an Instagram challenge and I want to share it with you amazing people! The goal of this challenge is to express gratefulness publicly with the hope that it inspires gratitude in those around us.
Being grateful is so so so important and wonderful, which I have talked about before for my Gratitude Artwork post. So if you want to learn more about my journey with gratitude click here.
Otherwise, let’s get to the challenge!
#GratefulWithElizabeth Gratitude Challenge
The #GratefulwithElizabeth Instagram challenge is all about expressing gratefulness publicly to spread that therapeutic grateful feeling. This challenge is 12 days long and can happen at any time! There is no specific date for this challenge, but if you want to participate in the challenge with me, I will be starting Monday, September 11th!
One | Something I am grateful for
Two | Someone I am grateful for
Three | A life-changing event I am grateful for (positive or negative)
Four | A memory I am grateful for – #TBT
Five | A state of mind that I am grateful for
Six | A part of my daily routine that I am grateful for
Seven | Something I am grateful for today
Eight | A positive experience I am grateful for
Nine | Someone I am grateful for
Ten | A struggle I am grateful for
Eleven | A memory I am grateful for – #TBT
Twelve | Something I am grateful for
Don’t love a prompt? Alter it to fit you better! The images are completely up to you, what picture really shows what you are grateful for? I will be doing a rundown of my own Instagram posts, after all is said in done, so stay tuned to this #gratefulwithelizabeth Instagram gratitude challenge!
Love participating in #GratefulwithElizabeth? Try practicing weekly Instagram gratitude with me!
You can use the hashtag #GratefulwithElizabeth no matter when you’re practicing gratitude or if you’re participating in the challenge! Let’s spread gratitude!!
I’ve titled this post ‘My Gratitude Journey,’ though it is mainly about a piece of artwork I spent a year creating and the story behind it. Warning, I have to get a little vulnerable to tell this story.
The Back Story
I’d like to start from the beginning. I was in a toxic relationship which ended in November—though he continued to harass me until I went to Cambodia in January. On my way to Cambodia I lost my phone, and with it, his demeaning text messages. I then spend 3 weeks in Cambodia exploring and learning about the culture. A lot of this trip was spent learning about human trafficking both in the country and in the world. I spent time with women, men, AND children who had gotten themselves out of sex slavery. I also witnessed a lot of poverty and kindness throughout this trip. (If you’re interested in learning more about my trip, I wrote about it here).
The trip was the easy part though. Arriving home was incredibly difficult for several reasons. First, cultural reintegration kicked my butt! Getting used to carrying a phone around again, going back to class, listening to people complain—it was all incredibly overwhelming. So much so that I found myself experiencing incredible anxiety every time my phone went off and angry every time someone complained. The second reason getting back in the United States was hard, was my ex-boyfriend. He started contacting me again, and admittedly, that is probably why I became so scared of my phone. I had to turn it on silent because every time it made a noise or vibrated I felt panicky, and counseling didn’t seem to be doing me any good.
It was at this point that I felt the need to begin practicing gratitude. I couldn’t tell you what inspired the actual execution of my gratitude project. I don’t know if I had been browsing Pinterest, or if I had walked by the art building and had seen something similar. Not sure. But I decided to fill a large 18 by 24 size paper with things I was grateful for. The catch was to make it aesthetically pleasing. I wrote each word in a different handwriting and in all different sizes in a silver ink.
Every day I began adding a few more items that I was grateful for. I found myself writing down more than the indented 3 items a day for the first month or so. Eventually, I began feeling better, not only about myself but about life in general. It was amazing because soon enough I found myself hanging out in my room dancing to some fun music and writing new words on my project. My fear of my phone started to fade, as I began putting my phone back to vibrate and did not cringe or experience anxiety when I’d get a notification. PROGRESS!
You might be wondering why you should be interested in my story. Well, really the story is about overcoming difficulties by using gratefulness practices. If I can do it anyone can do it. Gratitude is so powerful! When you sit around thinking about all that is going wrong, all that is awful, or all that you wish was different, naturally, you will feel sad or angry. But, if you spend your time thinking about all that is going well and all that you enjoy about your life, naturally you will begin to feel great! I chose to share my story with you as an example of the power of gratitude.
I’d love to hear about your gratitude journeys, tell me about them in the comments below!
Are you up for a challenge!? Awesome! I challenge you to 30 days of self-love! For the next 30 days, pamper yourself! Self-love is so important; I cannot stress it enough! This challenge calls you to spend 30 days indulging and taking care of yourself, working on loving yourself. Self-love is more than just loving your life. It is loving who you are and taking care of yourself. So many people spend their time taking care of others (their spouse, children, clients, friends, etc.). This is great, but we forget to take care of ourselves! Take part in the 30-days of self-love challenge!
So what is self-love? Well, according to Deborah Khoshaba over at Psychology Today, “Self-love is a state of appreciation for oneself that grows from actions that support our physical, psychological and spiritual growth. Self-love is dynamic; it grows by actions that mature us. When we act in ways that expand self-love in us, we begin to accept much better our weaknesses as well as our strengths, have less need to explain away our shortcomings, have compassion for ourselves as human beings struggling to find personal meaning, are more centered in our life purpose and values, and expect living fulfillment through our efforts.”
This challenge incorporates a ton of ways you can implement daily self-love in a small not-so-time-consuming way.
Without further ado…
More On Self-Love & Loving Yourself
Self-love could be re-phrased as self-acceptance. When you accept yourself as you are right now, and love yourself just for being you (despite your flaws, despite your failures, and despite your past poor decisions) your life truly begins to open up. Unfortunately, it sometimes takes a mid-life crisis or traumatic divorce to break us down. A bit like Humpty Dumpty, to allow us to build ourselves back together, we need glue (aka self-love).
This self-love challenge includes some of my favorite relaxation and self-care activities. But, please, by all means, love yourself the way that is best for you. If you don’t like puzzles but you like story-writing, then write a story on the days I challenge you to complete a puzzle. It’s completely customizable! Let’s get started!
Journal about something that you love and why you love it
For this challenge, you will need…
An open mind
Willingness to love yourself
30 days of commitment
A candle or multiple candles
A journal or notebook
Tea, any kind will work
A leisure book of your choice
And if you don’t have all of this, don’t worry because you can change the challenge to fit you!
Meet Elizabeth! Elizabeth is the creator and writer here at Elizabeth Journals. In addition to creating for ElizabethJournals, she is a full-time graduate student studying clinical mental health counseling. She started Jihi Elephant to share her experiences, spread organizational tips, and promote positive living. Elizabeth is an avid bullet journalist, dabbling artist, and houseplant fanatic.
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