Live Now

One way to lift your spirits (taken from the book High Hopes by Patrick Lindsay) "'Live Now'Refuse to let time dictate your day. Lose track of it. Immerse yourself in whatever you're doing. Surrender yourself to the activity. Commit your full attention. Notice the difference." ~ Patrick Lindsay "The happiest of all lives is a … Continue reading Live Now

The Benefits of Keeping a Journal and Journal Prompts

Choosing a Journal When choosing what to write in, consider all of your options and what best suits your needs. A journal can be a spiral-bound notebook, which is an easy to find and cheap option. Combination code or lock and key journals can provide privacy and are usually well-made. A journal can be kept … Continue reading The Benefits of Keeping a Journal and Journal Prompts

Feelings Wheel

A little bit about how the Feelings Wheel works I think of the graph as an umbrella. The emotions on the edge of the circle are related to the "main" emotions (or the emotions that we most commonly identify), which are in the very center. For example, when we feel confident and successful, we feel … Continue reading Feelings Wheel

Sleep Tracking

Whether your issues are with falling asleep, staying asleep or quality of sleep, you could look into some ways to keep track of it. Tracking sleep is similar to keeping a journal, it will aid with problem solving and identifying patterns around bedtime or daily routine. When considering your daytime routine and activities, examine aspects … Continue reading Sleep Tracking

Uniquely Me, Body Image, Body Positivity

This worksheet helps with recognizing what our bodies do for us and what is unique about us. Think about the abilities and all that our bodies achieve every day, there are several! Walking, speaking, reading, thinking, feeling, eating, and reproducing, just to mention a few. Our bodies are elaborate and designed to do absolutely astonishing … Continue reading Uniquely Me, Body Image, Body Positivity

Safety Plan on an Index Card

Materials and instructions Materials: an index card; colored pencils; markers; crayons; stickers. Instructions: this crafty project is for children and adolescents who need a little reminder of their most effective coping skills or ways to help them to stay safe when they are feeling overwhelmed or escalated. Having a safety plan written on an index … Continue reading Safety Plan on an Index Card

My Positive Attributes

A positive attributes worksheet to help identify, give thought to and celebrate your positive qualities. Download, save and print. Print more than one worksheet, you have more than four positive attributes. my-positive-attributesDownload follow my blog to receive mental health tips