Practice, practice, practice – it’s a mantra that’s drummed into us from an early age. And it holds just as much relevance as you get older, whether you’re learning a foreign language or trying to nail a hairpin turn at 175mph. Despite its importance, practice is something we rarely associate with our mental wellbeing. This is something we should reconsider, according to Mo Seetubtim.
“Changing habits is hard,” she says, “and it’s no different with thought patterns. If you’ve been negative your whole life, you need to practise positive thinking until it reaches the subconscious mind.”
To encourage people to adopt a pro-active approach to their mental health, Seetubtim created The Happiness Planner, a journal with daily exercises, quotes and goals that aim to reframe how you view the world and put you on the road towards a more fulfilling life. After all, practice makes perfect.
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