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Microsteps for prioritizing mental well-being
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Spend time getting to know yourself.

Write in a journal about how you feel about the day and how you observed yourself — this will deepen your self-awareness and ability to connect with yourself and others.

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During a negative, stressful moment, close your eyes and think of a person, place, or activity that brings you calm.

If you’re feeling stressed and burned out, visualizing something positive can help re-activate the reward centers in your brain.

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Turn off your breaking news notifications.

Your cortisol will leap up every time you see stressful news. Turn notifications off so you can reduce your stress and stick to any boundaries with technology you’ve set for yourself.

Microstep
Spend time getting to know yourself.

Write in a journal about how you feel about the day and how you observed yourself — this will deepen your self-awareness and ability to connect with yourself and others.

Microstep
During a negative, stressful moment, close your eyes and think of a person, place, or activity that brings you calm.

If you’re feeling stressed and burned out, visualizing something positive can help re-activate the reward centers in your brain.

Microstep
Turn off your breaking news notifications.

Your cortisol will leap up every time you see stressful news. Turn notifications off so you can reduce your stress and stick to any boundaries with technology you’ve set for yourself.

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Set aside a specific time dedicated to worry time.

Write down anything that’s causing you to worry, without feeling the need to come up with solutions. Research shows that picking a specific time to reflect on your worries, rather than thinking about them all day, can help reduce worry and anxiety.

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When you wake up in the morning, take a couple of minutes for yourself.

Take some deep breaths, do some stretches, or simply take a moment to be present. This allows you to check in on how you are feeling and focus your energy for the day.

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Find five minutes in your day to take a walk outside.

When we walk, our brain releases neurotransmitters that improve creativity and focus and reduce stress and negativity, and spending time outside helps regulate our mood, sleep, and overall well-being.

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