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Part 3/3: The 30-Day Self-Love Mental Health Challenge

Part 3/3: The 30-Day Self-Love Mental Health Challenge

Day 16: Unfollow on Social Media Clarity Exercise Day 17: Research a Topic You’ve Been Curious About Discovery Exercise Day 18: Have a Meal Distraction Free Gratitude Exercise Day 19: Spend 5 Minutes with Yourself in the Mirror Discovery Exercise Day 20: Send Love to…

Day 15: Listen to Your Favorite Music from High School

Day 15: Listen to Your Favorite Music from High School

A Self-Love Exercise High school is arguably the most emotional stage of our lives and for most of us, music played a huge role in helping us cope with these feelings. Yes, you might have some cringe-worthy songs on your playlist, but shed the shame and turn it…

Day 14: Plan a Fun Activity with a Friend

Day 14: Plan a Fun Activity with a Friend

A Community Exercise Why wait for a special occasion to make plans with a friend? Any day and any time is the perfect time to do something fun with friends. Plan a casual date with your best friend for the future — it keeps you optimistic when…

Day 13: If Failure Wasn’t a Factor, What Would You Do?

Day 13: If Failure Wasn’t a Factor, What Would You Do?

A Discovery Challenge Failure is something we all deal with at every stage in our life. It can hinder us from accomplishing our goals. But today, we’re going to pretend like fear of failure wasn’t an obstacle. For a few minutes, we’re going to take…

Day 12: Yoga or Stretching for 30 Minutes

Day 12: Yoga or Stretching for 30 Minutes

A Clarity Exercise Some physical exercise is a great way to get those endorphins going. And this can be as simple as some gentle stretching or as intense as a HIIT workout. But no matter how you get your body moving, there are not doubt numerous benefits. The Goal…

Day 11: How Have You Grown in the Past 5 Years?

Day 11: How Have You Grown in the Past 5 Years?

A Discovery Exercise When we don’t take the time to reflect on our lives, we can forget just how much we’ve accomplished. It’s incredibly easy to pinpoint moments in our lives where we could’ve worked harder, where we would’ve reacted differently if we knew better,…

Day 10: De-Clutter for 30 Min.

Day 10: De-Clutter for 30 Min.

A Clarity Exercise Whether you’re a minimalist or simply want some more organization in your life, decluttering is a fantastic way to cure a place of its messiness. I’ve always felt like having a messy space affects my mental clarity — and it turns out…

Day 9: Work on or Brainstorm a New Hobby

Day 9: Work on or Brainstorm a New Hobby

A Discovery Exercise Hobbies — whether it be jigsaw puzzling, painting, or baking the perfect sourdough — are great for our mental health, physical health, and social health. There are so many hobbies to pick up and your hobbies are most likely going to differ…

Day 8: Choose a Positive Affirmation to Carry With You

Day 8: Choose a Positive Affirmation to Carry With You

A Gratitude Exercise Positive affirmations, according to Wikipedia (I’m sorry to all my teachers, but hear me out!), is a carefully formatted statement that promotes positive thinking and self-empowerment. This is the important part: “They are in the present tense, positive, personal, and specific.” The Goal of This…

Day 7: Write Someone a Thank-You Note

Day 7: Write Someone a Thank-You Note

A Community Exercise It’s one thing to say a quick “thank you” to someone. It’s a whole other, way more sentimental experience to spend a little bit of time to sit down and write a heartfelt thank you letter. Take some time today to write…