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3 ways you can improve your mindset today.

Monday, 24 April 2017
Your brain is the most important part of your body, so why do we tend to disregard it so easily when it comes to self care?. I've been lacking in a positive mindset recently and I believe the following three ideas are making that more positive so I wanted to share them for anyone in the same position.

Talk to someone 

There's been so many times in the past where I've just felt like my head is going to erupt from how many thoughts are in it and this feeling doesn't terminate until all of the thoughts are out. I find it therapeutic to talk to someone I know. However, I know that not everyone has this option and if you don't then 7 cups is a great place to chat about anything on your mind.

Take a break 

I am the worst when it comes to switching off, especially when it comes to technology and social media, I really believe there's an addiction almost to social media. Recently I've been pushing myself to take some time out. I turn off my laptop, put down my phone and I'll just sit and read a magazine or watch an upbeat TV series with no interruptions - I really recommend 'Jane the virgin' should you be after a new series!. 


Change your lifestyle 

Not in a drastic way. I just mean if you don't get out much and don't get a lot of exercise spare yourself some time in the day and do a little work out, Something gentle if you aren't used to exercising I learnt that one the hard way (I literally couldn't walk the day after working out once). If you're like me and eat a few too many sweet and naughty treats rather than a decent meal I'd recommend switching to meals instead, I have done this recently and I've really had enhanced energy. of course, before making any rash changes to your lifestyle I'd recommend speaking to your GP first to help you find the right balance.

I really hope these ideas help, See you Thursday!
Charlie x
4 comments on "3 ways you can improve your mindset today."
  1. All of this makes complete sense and is nice to read from someone else's perspective. I definitely can get in down and dumpy moods so I can attest to these working. I like how you mentioned not to be drastic when changing things up. You don't want to burnout in the process of change and it's definitely smart to start out slow! XX Jen beautylifemom.com

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    1. I'm glad you enjoyed the post and It's always important to work yourself into a new routine as your body may react negatively, Which tip is your favourite?
      Charlie x

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  2. Really enjoyed this post😊 It can be difficult to remember to switch off sometimes but definatley better in the long run. Otherwise I would just constantly sit scrolling through Instagram
    Great post x Lon

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    1. I'm glad you enjoyed the post - I can find it so tricky to switch off so I tend to replace whatever I was doing with a pamper night or something relaxing
      Charlie x

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