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Making These 5 Changes Totally Transformed My Mental Health

ditching resolutions or the sadness of post-holiday blues, and it’s no wonder the most depressing day of the year is on Jan. 17.I urge you to focus on your mental health even more than you typically do right now: take your sick days when you just need a break (and don’t feel guilty!), schedule extra sessions with your therapist, and make small changes to your routine to give yourself grace and extra care.

If you’re looking for some inspiration, I’ve made some recent changes that have drastically helped me through this bleak time of year. Read on for five minor changes that have majorly improved my mental health: Important PSA: If you have not hopped on the CBD bandwagon to improve your focus, energy, stress relief, and even anxiousness, you are seriously missing out.

CBD has made a huge difference in promoting a sense of calm and stress relief without making me tired or have lower energy. Whether I’m stressing about an overpacked schedule or huge meeting at work or just feeling a little extra anxious lately, CBD is my secret ingredient.We love Equilibria because their products are high quality, organically grown, and made without GMOs, heavy-metals, and pesticides—it’s basically like the farm-to-table version of CBD.

I’ve been adding the Daily Drops to my morning coffee for about a year now, and it has made a huge difference in my overall stress relief. Also, when I’m feeling moments of stress or anxiousness come on (like before big meetings or when I did too much doomscrolling on social media), I rub the Calming Roller onto pulse points .   At the risk of sounding dramatic, you should know that I transformed my confidence, stress, and energy levels when I realized that self-love is a practice that requires work, not

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My Mental Health: Readers Choice

ditching resolutions or the sadness of post-holiday blues, and it’s no wonder the most depressing day of the year is on Jan. 17.I urge you to focus on your mental health even more than you typically do right now: take your sick days when you just need a break (and don’t feel guilty!), schedule extra sessions with your therapist, and make small changes to your routine to give yourself grace and extra care.
Picture New Year’s Eve. The ball drop, a million balloons, big hats and funny glasses. Imagine the taste of all the snacks you’ll get to eat. Hear the laughter and maybe even see the tears. Now, feel the hope. Even in my darkest of times, I could feel the hope of this night.

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