It’s Friday, thank goodness. Cold season is in effect and I happen to be one of the early victims to catch a few symptoms. So I’ll keep this post short and sweet.
Writing has been my peace lately and it’s actually been something I used to do and stopped but I get to release so much unconsciously when I write. It can be relaxing, it can be the sigh of relief at a times that I need, it can also be my best friend in a sense but I just don’t have to open my mouth and the benefits of this relationship is that it doesn’t say anything back, when I really just want to write down all my thoughts. 🙂 To be able to have an outlet at times is helpful, sometimes you just don’t want to talk out everything that is going on with you with others, so how do you find your peace in those moments?
As things occur in our lives, at times we don’t have ways to process everything. We may need to go straight to another task while never fully reflecting on what just happened. We can let things pile up and pile up and may get to a point where boom, we just explode because we never had an outlet to release in a sense. To avoid these moments, to stay present and be mindful and in control of you at all times, make sure you have a way to release things at the end of the day or week. Find a healthy way to get out your feelings, frustrations, etc to be able to push forward instead of being pulled back into past situations, you can no longer control.
Find an outlet and be consistent
This is my short reminder/tip for the week and looking forward, have a consistent activity that you use to release the stressors of your day. Exercise, yell in a pillow, color, write, talk it out with someone who won’t judge, etc. Do something, because you need to make sure you’re making you a priority at all times and like I’ve said before for you to be good in aspects of your life, you’re going to have to be good with you so have a healthy outlet to deal with the ins and outs of what life gives you. The more you handle these moments, the more your mental space is clear to be in the moment of what is occurring. You make a choice to put your mental health at the top and for that, your mind and all the other things it may control will thank you.
Have a good one and thanks for reading