This is a great quotation from Abraham Lincoln which I am sure will resonate with anyone who has ever found themselves defending their use of a paper planner or bullet journal. Planning ahead I always find saves time in the long run, it also takes less energy as we are not continuously heading off down blind alleys or backtracking.
The next time anyone raises an eyebrow when I take time to plan – I’m going to smile inwardly and think of these words!
We all have a sense of when we feel mentally and physically well. But sometimes we need extra support or a gentle nudge to look after our mental wellbeing so that we keep well.
The New Economics Foundation has assessed the latest scientific evidence and created a set of simple actions to improve mental wellbeing in everyday life. By adopting the five ways to mental wellbeing, you can increase your life expectancy by 7.5 years. And with one in four people today experiencing mental distress during their lifetime, there’s never been a better time to take your health into your own hands. Continue reading “Tracking Mental Wellbeing in my Journal”
I found myself getting creative in my spare moments this week. Inspired by the spring flowers that are now popping up all over the place. I started with a primrose and then just couldn’t stop. It never ceases to amaze me how calming the action of pen on paper can be.