Connect. It’s important to stay connected with the people you love, and summertime is a great opportunity.
Be active. Cycling, dance, circuit training, Mixed Martial Arts. You name it and do it and do it outdoors. Staying active is fantastic for maintaining good mental health. It gets your endorphins going, boosts your mood, and raises self-esteem.
Study. Summer is a bit more relaxed season for most of us in terms of work. And it’s a great time to pick up a course to learn something new!
Art. Research by the BBC and UCL confirmed: that creativity helps to avoid stress, offers calm moments to reassess problems, and builds self-esteem and confidence.
Cook. Science and research tell us that people with good cooking skills report a greater sense of mental well-being and fewer symptoms of depression.