Wellness Wednesday - How are you keeping well this week?

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09 Jun 2021 13:43 #360732 by Edan
How are you all keeping well this week?

I'm trying to get outside for at least 10 minutes a day into my garden, take a break from the computer screen!

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09 Jun 2021 15:36 #360735 by Jacob R
Ive started making list. I heard it can be very satisfying to establish short and long term goals and to check them off as you accomplish them. So i found a chalkboard for the long term ones and the paper journal i have for my lessons to include the short day to day list.
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09 Jun 2021 15:40 #360736 by River
Moar water
I don't drink enough in general, and I especially don't drink enough water. So I'm taking some steps to improve that.

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28 Jul 2021 20:07 #361780 by Edan
This week I've been binging cathartic tv shows to help my anxiety.

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28 Jul 2021 20:35 #361782 by dwagoonie
Might as well jump in on Wednesday Wellness.

This week I've been listening to a lot of ambient music at work to keep my mind occupied and away from negative self-talk: Lee Blaske (various genres piono) and John Serrie (ambient, planetarium, spacy music). It keeps me in a peaceful mindset which carries over into everything else.

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11 Aug 2021 11:33 #361973 by Edan
How are you all keeping well this week?

I'm on a mental health break so I'm out in my garden cutting back a rosebush, and not putting pressure on myself to do stuff.

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11 Aug 2021 13:48 #361979 by Vincent Causse
Gardening is one of the good remedies for mental health! 1) Those ‘dirty’ microbes may cut anxiety and boost brain function.

When you dig in the dirt, you’ll be also digging into mycobacterium vaccae, a soil-based organism that animal research has shown to play a positive role in gut and brain health, including lightening mood and anxiety. It may have similar positive effects in humans. My advice? Don’t stress out about the dirt – play in it! www.kathieswift.com/blog/2016/6/30/get-y...-improve-your-health
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11 Aug 2021 17:14 - 11 Aug 2021 17:18 #361980 by Carlos.Martinez3
I can not tell you how much having a place to physicly go to unwind is so benifishal. I can not. I can express how I myself preach the garden life, dig it? Pun intended. There is something about dirt. I have a spacific pot of dirt I use to touch and use in my own meditations and practices. This mornings meditation was about seeds as well in our home. Reminding the human of the natural cycle of life is a good thing in my own path. Recently I was able to start a new path in my own life becasue of the reminder of nature and the new beginnings happen in their own season. Gardening is great for my own menetal health. Remebering seasons come and go and return, can too. Examples are every where and these are not the only ones.

Having a place in the back of the house for a willow helped the deer to have a place to chill. Happy seeking Jedi and may the Force be with ya'll where ever you meet it.

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18 Aug 2021 11:07 #362115 by Edan
This weeks update:

How are you keeping well this week?

I'm taking time to look after myself.

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18 Aug 2021 15:33 #362122 by River
This week is about making and strengthening connections with people, for me.

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