3 Ways Organizing, Prioritizing And Boundary Setting Can Drastically Improve Your Mental Health

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3 Ways Organizing, Prioritizing And Boundary Setting Can Drastically Improve Your Mental Health

3 Ways Organizing, Prioritizing And Boundary Setting Can Drastically Improve Your Mental Health


"When You Have A Clear Understanding Of What Is Most Important To You, It Becomes Much Easier To Set Boundaries And Priorities." -Dr. David D. Burns

 


Imagine it’s 5 years from now and you feel more at peace and ease and confident in yourself.😌


You finally realized that your children aren’t kids anymore but adults that are more than capable.


What’s beautiful is that they are helping out around the house on a daily basis and you love it.


You are no longer a short-order cook or a personal shopper to your family.🥰


They lean on you a lot less now but still turn to you for advice and clarity.


It feels like you are developing a new and healthy relationship with your children.


They really have turned into responsible young adults and you are so grateful.


You and your spouse are getting along better than you ever thought possible.


There’s a sense of respect in the household now that you cherish.

 

You feel physically stronger than you have in over a decade.

 

You can’t remember where those tight and stiff pain spots are.

 

It’s like they disappeared and you feel fantastic overall.

 

You feel complete inside and out.❤️

 

You manage stressful events with ease and dignity.


In fact, when stressful events happen or family members are acting out, you are able to let things roll off your shoulders.


You’re also able to NOT take on other people's pain which is big for you since you are an empath.


You feel for them, of course, but are able to listen and be there for others while honoring your own energy and health.


You practice self-care and self-love on a daily basis.


You have boundaries in place that others respect and honor.🙌


You have systems and processes in place at home and at your work that align with your values and personality.


You have a great support system with family and friends. You also lean on professionals to help with caring for you, your family, and your home.


Organizing and prioritizing are becoming healthy obsessions.


You look at your life holistically and see that physically, emotionally, spiritually, societally and financially things are really coming together and are quite balanced.


You live a simpler life that just feels good most of the time.


You are filled with so much love and gratitude and can finally enjoy your home and family.


You are able to use all of your talents and gifts and feel like you're making a difference in the world.


Life is freekin’ awesome and you are now ready to donate your time and/or finances (or both) to organizations that you truly believe in and know will impact many others for many years to come.


But let me take a moment and let you know how I believe this can all be possible for you.🙏






It’s no secret that having a good organizational system can help improve your productivity and mental health.


But what many people don’t realize is that organizing, prioritizing and boundary setting can also have a profound effect on your mental health.

 


Here are three ways that getting your life in order can help improve your mental health:


😌It Can Help Reduce Stress And Anxiety


When you’re feeling overwhelmed by everything that’s on your plate, it can be helpful to take a step back and organize your thoughts and tasks.


Having a clear plan can help reduce the amount of stress and anxiety you’re feeling.🫶


😌It Can Help Improve Your Focus And Concentration


If you’re constantly feeling scattered and all over the place, it can be tough to focus on anything.


Getting your life organized can help you develop a better sense of focus and concentration.


😌It Can Help You Develop Healthier Coping Mechanisms 


If you’re used to coping with stress by overeating, drinking or using drugs, getting your life in order can help you develop healthier coping mechanisms.


When you’re feeling overwhelmed, it can be helpful to take a walk, meditate or journal to help you work through your thoughts and feelings.

 

Organizing, prioritizing and boundary setting are three simple ways that you can improve your mental health.


If you’re feeling overwhelmed, give these techniques a try and see how they can help you feel more calm and centered.


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Here’s an overview of what it includes:


✅Day 1: Optimal Alignment And Sleep: How To Set Up Your Bed

✅Day 2: Feeling Overwhelmed? Here's Why You Need To Start Organizing
And Prioritizing

✅Day 3: The Importance Of Self-Care For Stress And Pain Management

✅Day 4: Setting Boundaries: A Key To Managing Stress

✅Day 5: Practice Gentle Yoga (An Important Step In Your Chronic Pain And Stress Management Journey)


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Let me give you a quick sneak peek inside my Jumpstart


👉Day 1

Optimal Alignment And Sleep: How To Set Up Your Bed


Do you ever find yourself tossing and turning at night, unable to get comfortable?


Or maybe you wake up feeling stiff and sore, like you slept wrong.


The truth is, the way you set up your bed can have a big impact on the quality of your sleep.


I will give you a few tips for optimal alignment and sleep inside the Jumpstart.


👉Day 2

Feeling Overwhelmed? Here's Why You Need To Start Organizing And Prioritizing


It’s no secret that life can sometimes feel overwhelming.


Whether you’re trying to keep up with work, school, and a social life or you’re trying to juggle family and household responsibilities, it can all start to feel a bit too much.


When you’re feeling overwhelmed, it’s important to step back and assess what’s going on.


More often than not, the root of the problem is that you’re not properly organized and you’re not prioritizing your time.


If you’re constantly feeling overwhelmed, it’s time to start making some changes and I will show you how in our Jumpstart.


👉Day 3:

The Importance Of Self-Care For Stress And Pain Management


It is no secret that stress and pain can take a serious toll on our health and wellbeing.


All too often, we sacrifice our own self-care in favor of taking care of others or meeting our professional obligations.


While there is nothing wrong with being a caring and responsible person, it is important to remember that taking care of ourselves is just as important as taking care of others.


One of the most important aspects of self-care is stress management.


When we are under a lot of stress, our bodies go into “fight, freeze or flight” mode, which can lead to a number of health problems.


By taking time out for ourselves to relax and de-stress, we can help to prevent these problems from occurring.


Inside our Jumpstart I will show you some self-care tips you can use right away.


👉Day 4:

Setting Boundaries: A Key To Managing Stress


Setting boundaries is a key way to manage stress.


By saying “No” to activities that we don’t have time for or that we don’t really want to do, we can free up our time and energy for the things that are really important to us.


It can be difficult to set boundaries, especially if we’re afraid of disappointing others or saying “No” to something that seems like a good opportunity.


But if we don’t set boundaries, we can end up feeling overwhelmed and stressed.


In the Jumpstart I go over a few tips for setting boundaries.


👉Day 5:

Practice Gentle Yoga
(An Important Step In Your Chronic Pain And Stress Management Journey)


If you suffer from chronic pain or stress, you may be looking for relief in all the wrong places.


Drugs, surgery and other invasive treatments may offer some temporary relief, but they don’t address the root cause of the problem.


That’s where gentle yoga comes in.🧘🏻‍♀️


Gentle yoga is a type of yoga that is focused on relaxation and stress relief.


It is a great way to release tension from the body and mind, and it can help to reduce pain and improve overall health.


There are many benefits to practicing Gentle Yoga that I share with you in the Jumpstart.


In the Jumpstart, I’m giving you a 🎥video that you can turn to whenever you need to. It's one of my favorite go to yoga postures that I practice almost every day and it includes so many variations.


This posture has tremendously helped me manage my chronic hip and back pain and has been around for a very long time with a proven track record.


It also is restorative and helps manage stress and hormones. ❤️


It’s a trifecta!


Also, in the Jumpstart, we will also do a mini gentle yoga class together so that you can go back to it over and over again, whenever you need it.

 


I look forward to seeing you inside the FREE Jumpstart.🎉


Have a beautiful day and namaste,
Jen



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