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Self-Care Routines for your Mental Health - Shared screen with speaker view
Sana
36:09
Feel free to add any comments or questions here. We would love to hear from you.
Rachel Brasington
36:27
I see the tree outside my window, flowers in a vase, my water bottle, my glasses cleaner, my lamp. I hear a fan overhead, the fan in my brother’s room, the garbage truck outside, and paper flapping. I feel my hair on my back, the carpet at my feet, the chair I’m sitting on. I taste orange and blackberries. I smell laundry detergent
Shimone Parmar
38:17
so do we turn to the mindfulness exercise whenever we go autopilot?
Valeria Gonzalez
39:04
I enjoy painting!
Rachel Brasington
40:09
I read a lot and I got into knitting!
Sana
52:21
What are you all grateful for?
Rachel Brasington
53:44
I’m grateful for my dog, my sister, my best friend, and that my brain is still willing to learn
Kelli Nam
01:09:09
thanks so much for the helpful information; getting more sleep to increase my self care
Rachel Brasington
01:09:23
I want to start journaling again. I sometimes get massages. I listen to my favorite playlist. I also need more sleep
Rachel Brasington
01:09:33
Thank you guys for everything!
Valeria Gonzalez
01:10:26
Definitely scheduling! I feel like having a list of tasks or activities that I need to do throughout the day is very helpful
Kelli Nam
01:11:03
have a great day. thanks so much