Monday Mojo – May Bank Holiday Self-Care Special

Whilst last week I spoke how it’s important to Let It Out, I don’t think any of us were ready for yet more drama unfolding in the halls of U.K. government. Whether you watch the news or not, the tensions these revelations create can feed into our daily lives:
Through our social media feeds.
Conversations at work.
Even round the dinner table.
So I thought I’d switch things up a bit.

You might know by now that this weekly message is all about helping you find your mojo and getting your sparkle back. So in view of this, and with it being another Bank Holiday Monday here in the U.K., I’ve offered some self-care loveliness to help you thrive into the week ahead.

Here’s three hours of gorgeous relaxation music:

Here’s 50 Good News Stories to help add a bit of sunshine.

Here’s a 15 Self-Care Ideas Guide to help improve your sense of well-being. (My favourite is the “Take Yourself Out on a Date”).

And here’s a personal message – of appreciation:

Every day, in every way, things are getting better and better. It might be slow progress, but forward is still forward. You matter to the world.

There will always be people who push your buttons of course. Whether it’s a disagreement about politics, a colleague not pulling their weight, or a family member not throwing the empty loo roll away, you can always hold on to the fact that you are enough. 

So whether you’re furious at the world right now, totally winging it, or just about getting there: I’m rooting for you. Just do what you can, with what you have, from where you are.

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Copyright Delphi Ellis 2021

Published by Delphi

Offers "educational side-bars" which may contain uncomfortable conversations. Been on the telly. © All rights reserved.

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