My 31 personal habits to inspire, inform & support your lifestyle change
Say YES to Writing!
Tell me, when is the last time you wrote something? Wrote, like really writing something with pen or paper or through typing. Personal #writing has been linked with a number of benefits for both #body and #mind. So if it’s been awhile, you might want to consider getting back into the practice or try if it is #beneficial for you too!
🙋🏻♀️ I remember it from a long time ago – school times – but also now as in the moment I am following an online university study. Writing helps me to learn!
🙋🏻♀️ I’ve never kept a diary consequently, but in my personal life, I’ve had thoughts and feelings that were overloading for me – after a traumatic situation or event. Especially then, writing have helped me to express my #emotions and speed #healing.
🙋🏻♀️ I don’t do this myself, because I speak out these things loudly, but keeping a #gratitude#journal could help you feel happier. A tip a gave some customers: Every day, write down something where you are grateful for, keep those little papers with your words into a Vase, pick one out whenever you are experiencing ‚challenging“ times. Do it short before #sleeping and you might sleep better too.
🙋🏻♀️ Since May 2022 I start writing on a daily base and with totally personal stuff on my Website-Blog and therefor also on Social Media. It directly took out the pressure of being „good“ at communicating about „health topics and behavior change“ Now that I have let go of that, and I am just writing about what is on my mind – in the context of habits that give me a „good feeling“ it improved my Insta-mood and took out a bit of stress to perform! For some people writing will reduce depressive symptoms and as well bring more physical benefits too.
💡Will you write a note to yourself now?