5 Ways to be Calm – WELLBEING

Hi 🙂 🙂

It is a cloudy Sunday in Palmerston North, New Zealand today. I have just managed to finish my assignments and submitted them for marking. Yay!

Last night was a fun 21st party. Lots of yummy food, great music and food. It was nice to have my family come to the party as well.

This afternoon I shall be visiting my Dad, and going to see my sisters as well. I love spending time with my sisters, we always have so much fun. I especially love spending time with my Mum ❤ ❤

Every time I come back to New Zealand it is although I never left. It doesn’t matter how long it has been, it always feels the same when I visit.

I really am use to Sydney, Australia being my home. I love how it is busy and that there is also lots of things that you can do, it never gets boring.

Ok, I better go visit my Dad. Thank you so much for reading. Have a great day!


Capili Jiron x x

Artist by Beauty

Life can be quite hectic and chaotic at times. Especially when you have many things to do in a day such as work, study, and spending time with family.

There is so much planning that you have to do to ensure that everything balances out, and that your own wellbeing is in good health.

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Doing many things can make us feel stressed and overwhelmed. We need to set aside some time for ourselves to breathe – even if it is just for 10 minutes to have some peace and quiet, and calmly get ourselves back into completing tasks.

Here are five ways to help you stay calm

1.Write a to do list

Either on your phone, in a book, or on a piece of paper (I prefer a small book to write my list in as it can fit into my handbag, and I physically have to write the list…

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