BY Tina Fey
Once you figure out your boundaries for detachment, you can pinpoint which specific areas of your life you’ll need to walk away from.
While it’s great for connecting with people, too much social media can be damaging to mental health.
We’re bombarded with ads and messages telling us we need more stuff to be happy. But the truth is, material possessions can be a source of stress and anxiety.
Try decluttering your space and living a more minimalist lifestyle. You’ll be surprised how freeing it can feel to let go of things you don’t need.
Now, letting go doesn’t just apply to physical stuff you own. It also applies, and perhaps more importantly, to negative feelings within you.
It gives you a sense of peace, calm, and balance, which are all important if you want to feel attuned to yourself.
Your worth does not depend on the things you do or the things that happen to you.
If you want to save your sanity and live a meaningful life, you’ve got to be yourself. You need to live a life that’s true to you.
You have to accept that you can’t control everything.
We don’t mean that you should be completely unaware of the issues going on. But it does help to have a healthy level of consumption when it comes to the news.
You’ll have more energy to be creative and focus on things you like doing, whether that’s art, sports, cooking, or reading.
A study on ICU patients found that spending time outdoors, surrounded by nature, reduced stress significantly.