7 self-care tips to prioritize your mental health

Self-care

When we want to improve our mental health, it is important to take some time to practice self-care.

Self-care is needed in everyone’s lives because it allows you to take time to focus on yourself and your mind and body. We all work so hard and sometimes we forget to nourish ourselves.

Try out some of these self-care ideas for mental health and see how they provide unique benefits!


🏃 Stay active
Regular exercise has so many amazing benefits for your mental and physical health. And don’t try to complicate it. Getting some physical activity, even in the form of a walk around the block, dancing, yoga, or playing a sport you enjoy is enough for releasing endorphins that seriously improve your mood.


❤️ Be grateful
It’s a game-changer for improving your mental health. Being grateful for the things you have in life rather than focusing on what goes wrong and what’s missing.

Simply thinking about 5 things you are grateful for every day will help change your perspective in life. It will help you see clearer your blessings, the good things in your life, all the lessons. And you start realizing that there are so many things that we take for granted.


📖 Journaling

Journaling it’s one of the best self-care activities to improve mental health! It makes us more mindful, helps to relieve stress and anxiety, and really helps us in our healing process.

Spend a few minutes every day writing your thoughts, dreams, goals, things you want to improve or change, how you’re feeling, everything!


🌳 Spending time outside

Spending time in nature as a form of self-care can improve our mental health. Getting some fresh air and sunlight helps us to slow down, relieve stress, and incorporate more mindfulness into our lives. So take a few minutes every day to go for a walk, or even to sit out on your patio or balcony.


📵 Social media detox

We all know that social media can be toxic. When we are constantly bombarded with different versions of everyone’s lives, we can be left feeling insignificant, left out, or even like we are failing at life. Taking a social media detox for some hours, or even days is an excellent way to improve mental health. And you start having more free time to do other activities you enjoy.


🎨 Making time for hobbies

Making time for hobbies can really improve our mental health. We get so deeply involved in that task that we are interested in, that it allows our mind to be in the moment and focus only on that singular task. And this can help to reduce stress and tension. Having hobbies outside of work can enrich your life in so many ways.


🗣️ Keep in touch with loved ones

It is so easy to begin to feel lonely and lost when you’re having a bad day, so keeping in touch with your friends and family is so important to improve your mental health. Call, text, facetime, or go for a walk with your loved ones every day. It’s important to keep the connection. Connecting with those you love will help you feel grounded.


Your mental health is a priority, always

You can also read these posts: “The importance of making time for yourself” and “How to improve your mental health“.

Do you have any other tips to boost your mental health? Share them in the comments!

See you in the next week 🙂

8 Replies to “7 self-care tips to prioritize your mental health”

  1. Really good one ..! Will definitely try to incorporate atleast few in my life!!

    Thanks 😇😌

    1. Thanks for reminding us on the importance of our mental health.
      Your blog doesn’t go unappreciated.😊
      I tend to neglect myself more than I can admit so this is a wake up call for me.

  2. Thank you for the reminder! I know how important it is, yet I always seem to put these things at the bottom of my daily to do lists.

  3. Gracias , me ayudara mucho.

  4. Life is beautiful 🌹

  5. Actionable tips! They really help. Thank you for the reminder!

  6. I’m not going to lie – the social media detox is going to feel like I’m quitting drugs, cold turkey.
    I’m even at a point of feeling my phone vibrate in my pocket but it’s battery is dead & in my purse. I get so paranoid when I’m not with my phone. What if I miss an emergency phone call or a great job opportunity or or or…
    This addiction is one of the worst ones & even though I know… I actually don’t feel like trying to work on it. The most sickening part is that I can justify this absurd & harmful issue.

  7. Grateful and Thankful ❤️🌺

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