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When do I mind me?

Each week, Tuesday Trio serves up three tips to evoke reflection and improve our mental health and wellbeing. Come join us in the conversation.

This week, we’re asking, ‘When do I mind me?’

  • Do I make time for me?
  • Do I know how to make time for me?
  • What does minding me look like?

Too often, we can be too busy to prioritize our mental health and wellbeing. Therefore, it’s important to recognize the signs that tell us we are not taking enough care of ourselves. If we are feeling overwhelmed, stressed, anxious, irritable, easy to anger and we are not spending time with our loved ones or enjoying our hobbies, this can mean we are neglecting ourselves. We need to schedule time for ourselves, even if that time is just for 15 minutes each day. We need also to be mindful of our thoughts and feelings and to remember to create space to be kind to ourselves.


What are we watching this week?

This is a very short clip by Sean Cannell. It highlights life’s expectation that we must always be busy, always be productive and “always be on” culture. It is an overwhelming and exhausting expectation. Therefore, I Am Here enjoyed Sean’s invitation to slow down, calm down and rest. Watch and see and tell us – did you accept his invitation?

Watch the video (1.5-minute watch)

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What are we reading this week?

This is an article featured on https://psychcentral.com. The piece explores the question that maybe our being busy is not about being busy at all, but about our avoidance of something deeper. What do you think? The article acknowledges the benefits of being busy but is cautionary about always being busy.

At I Am Here, we found the signposting of the article important and thought provoking. We would love to hear your feedback and thoughts on it.

Read the article [5-minute read]

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Who are we quoting this week?

‘Sometimes sitting and doing nothing is the best something you can do.’

– Karen Salmansohn

At I Am Here, we agree. Sometimes, doing nothing can make all the difference to everything.

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