BEACHLY TIPS: POSITIVITY, JOY, & MORE!

BEACHLY TIPS: POSITIVITY, JOY, & MORE!

Aloha Babes! In case you didn’t know, May is Mental Health Awareness month. Every year, the goal is to fight stigmas, provide support, and educate others on mental health. So I did some digging and found a few tips on how to keep the good vibes going when the going gets tough. What we’re experiencing right now can bring both good days and bad days… so let’s try to stay positive and find joy together Beachly Tribe!


START THE DAY WITH GRATITUDE

We set the tone for the day in our morning routines. When you make an effort to start each day with gratitude, you are practicing positivity and increasing the feeling of joy in your life. Whether you write down what you’re grateful for or make note of it in your mind, it will make a big difference in your mood for the day!

LIMIT YOUR TIME ONLINE

Speaking of mornings… it might not always be best to gravitate towards our phones as soon as we wake up. And the same goes for right before you go to bed. Try to allocate the first 30 minutes of your day and the last 30 minutes of your day to a gratitude journal, your favorite book, or something that sparks joy within you :)

GET SOME SUNSHINE

Open up the windows and try to get outside for at least a small bit of your day! Soaking up the sun and breathing in some fresh air brings mental clarity, peace, and moments to ourselves in the middle of a busy day.

GIVE YOURSELF GRACE

Setting goals is a great habit to get into. But managing expectations and giving yourself grace is just as important. Try to find a healthy balance for yourself in working hard and reaching your goals while giving yourself grace when you have an off-day or need a break.

HAVE FUN

Do the things that make you happy, have a good laugh, and do something you enjoy every day! Even if it means playing a game, singing along to your favorite song, or baking one of your favorite recipes from childhood. Find the fun in every day to keep the good vibes going!


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