National Mental Health Awareness Month

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month. This affects kids and adults alike.

I just wanted to compile some links and tips to learn more about what this month is about, to help reduce stress and anxiety, and ways to seek help if needed.

Mental Health America is a place to take a screen test, learn to take action, get informed, donate, and more.

The National Alliance on Mental Illness is a great, overall place to look into to get info, find support, and get involved

Here’s a post about 9 Ways To Improve Your Mental Health Today , includes getting regular exercise and a healthy diet.

The Pandemic Crisis Services Response Coalition has info and helplines related to mental health, suicide prevention, crisis intervention, and Covid19

If you know or have more info to share, let me know, and I’ll add it to the post for others to see.

And if you want to help and check in with your people, remember to not skip over checking on your “strong” friend. They may need it too.

❤️💙

What Do You Want To Accomplish In The First 100 Days Of 2020?

1LIFE1YOU Podcast Episode 38

I asked a bunch of people from my Instagram page the question,

“What do you want to accomplish in the first 100 days of 2020?”

I got a lot of good answers, ranging from health and fitness to personal to business .

Check it out, and let me know what YOU want to accomplish in the first 100 days of this year!

All other links to the podcast (including Apple, Google, AnchorFM, Stitcher can be found here:

http://linktr.ee/1life1you

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It’s YOUR Social Media

A small part of my talk with Rob Riley was about social media/media consumption, and the importance keeping it as positive as possible.

1LIFE1YOU Podcast Episode 31 w/ Rob Riley

The news makes its money from getting views, and with that showing you all the bad or horrible things happening draws more views. Think about it… we all look at the cars that crashed on the roadside..

And that’s what the news knows. The negative draws. But, that can have an impact on how you go about your day and life.

Negativity leads to more negativity.

The same goes for social media. If your feed/timeline is full of negativity, complaining, arguing, that will seep into your own life.

But the coolest thing about social media is, YOU CONTROL IT.

If John is posting negative things on his own social media, and you’re tired of seeing it.. unfollow him. Boom! All lf his negative posts are gone.

And this goes for EVERYONE. Friends, family, coworkers, everyone.

It’s your platforms. You build and create what you see and not see. And if they have a problem, oh well.

Your own peace of mind is more important than their follower count.

Try it out. Go through whatever platform you are on, and unfollow or delete anyone that constantly post negative things, and watch how much better you’ll feel as you start scrolling through your own feed.

Social media isn’t bad. It’s only a platform. People are the ones who choose how to use it.

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