Some exciting projects you can get your teeth into have been listed below. There’s a whole range of activities you can try out that will help with your overall wellbeing. Why not give them a try?
- Have a ‘crafternoon’
Get crafty in the afternoons. Why not try getting yourself a cross-stitch kit from a local craft shop? Or perhaps some colouring books? Either way, it’s a great way to pass some time and take your mind off whatever might be bothering you. At the end of your mini project you could give your creation as a gift or display it in your home!
- Go outside for some fresh air
The outdoors can do wonders for the soul – even if it’s just a short walk around the block. It’s a change of scenery and can help change perspective on your day. Keeping active is proven to help with overall wellbeing.
- Dance to your favourite music
Listening to music can bring back fond memories of times gone by and bring joy! It gets everyone dancing and instantly puts people in a good mood. Next time you’re hoovering the house, turn the volume up loud.
- Declutter your life
A tidy space is a tidy mind. Have a good old fashioned clear out. Lots of people want to feel fresh in their surroundings, especially while working from home. Have a look around and see what you’ve got lying around or been meaning to get rid of. Make a list of what you want to achieve and get your partner or your family involved. It could end up being a fun activity!
- Set personal goals for the year ahead
Make an effective plan and stick to it. You’ll be focused and it can do wonders for your mental health. Just make sure your goals are specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, exciting and don’t forget to record them!