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Burn you can be a beast to manage and so frustrating so I definitely know where you are coming from @yeah_it_tahtperson


As mentioned, it's vital you engage in self-care to combat the burn out otherwise you end up spiralling to the point of mental exhaustion and even daily tasks like eating and sleeping become difficult. 

Self-care is different for everyone and isn’t just for reacting to stress. It is about participating in activities that improve your mental and emotional well-being. There is no specific time frame or frequency for it to occur, but it is important to try and practice self-care every day. Even just 5-10 minutes a day dedicated to self-care will improve your well-being.


Here are some other practical self-care strategies you can try yourself


  • Take time out If you’ve got a busy schedule, an occasional 15-minute break can energise you. Spend that time doing something you enjoy like listening to your favourite songs, making something to drink or watching funny/happy videos
  • Positive thoughts: Write down some of your achievements or personal traits you are proud of onto post-it notes and stick them on your mirror. Make sure to read them every morning so you can start your day off with a smile
  • Go offline for a bit- Social media can sometimes be overwhelming and have us comparing ourselves to filters. Try to close the app and go for a walk or call someone you love and have a good chat
  • Take yourself on a date- Treat yourself to dinner or grab a coffee/dessert and enjoy your own company or bring a book or magazine to read
  • Write down your goals- use a diary to keep track of personal goals you’ve been setting and meeting, and update it regularly. If you’re not into goals you can try just writing about your day
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