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When it comes to quieting your mind so that you can feel calmer, there’s quite a lot you can do for yourself. Having a few tricks up your sleeve will help you de-stress and lessen your anxiety when things are incredibly chaotic. Let’s take a look at some tips for gaining a calmer mind, such as keeping a notebook on your night table. 

Keep a Notebook

While it doesn’t have to be on the nightstand, keeping a notebook with you or within proximity is an excellent idea for lots of reasons. Remember when we talked about doing a mind dump? This process of writing things down to get them out of your head can do wonders for freeing up space so that your mind can process items more efficiently. It takes away some stress, too. You don’t always have to do a major brain dump to gain the benefits, though. Simply jotting things down as you think of them can relieve your mind and help you remember information later. It’s also great for creativity.

Morning Pages

Morning pages are like a notebook, but it involves a writing routine, you guessed it, every morning. This practice allows you to get your thoughts onto paper each day to process them and find patterns in your thinking. It’s awesome for working through personal issues and for sparking new ideas. 

Nature Walk

Tools to calm your mind don’t always have to be something you can hold. Activities do an excellent job of helping you to clear your head, as well. There’s nothing much better than taking a nature walk when you want to feel calm and centered. A change in environment can help when you’re feeling uptight, as can the movement that’s required for the walk. You can do just a light stroll or amp up the intensity for a longer hike if you wish. The results will be beneficial, no matter which you choose. 

Take a Bath

Water is a soothing element to surround yourself in. Taking a bath lets you soak your troubles away in warm water that can also alleviate physical stress on your body. Adding a bubble bath or oil can contribute to the calm with aromatherapy. Plus, the process of taking a bath forces you to slow down, giving your mind time to unwind. 

These are some of my favorite suggestions for relaxing your mind. Give them a try to see what results you get and then you can begin to add to your toolbox of relaxing tips as you desire. You’ll soon find things that work well for you.

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