how to uplift your mood
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FREE 32 page workbook | Take control of your emotions

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There are many strategies that you can use when you notice your emotions falling and finding what works for you doesn’t have to be a chore.

how to uplift your mood

It does take commitment to create new ways of thinking.  The good news is that every time you do a challenge, it strengthens neural pathways in your brain.  All it takes is 21 days for something new to become an established habit and taking time out of your day for 15-20 minutes each day will give you immeasurably benefits to being in control of your emotions.  You don’t have to wait until 21 days is up though, you will notice an improvement in your emotional well-being as each time you do the challenges, your thoughts will become more and more positive.

how to uplift your mood

The workbook will help you take control by:

  • noticing the positive things in your life
  • turning negative language into positive
  • choosing the right scent to uplift your mood

Included in the workbook are free printables:

  • Gratitude Journal
  • Language Journal
  • Creative Writing Journal
  • Scent Journal

You’ll even find a list of free resources to help you as you re-discover the joy of being in control of your emotions.

The self-help workbook will take you through the process of developing your own coping strategies so that you can be in control of your own well-being.  Work through at your own pace and choose what works for you.  Don’t stop because you start feeling uplifted and on top of things!  Make it a daily part of your life and your dedication will pay off.

This self-help workbook is no substitute for professional intervention.  Seek support if you need it.  Don’t be afraid to talk about how you’re feeling.

Download the FREE workbook now and take back control.

Family comes first! I'm married with two son's in their 20's and have a little more time now to follow my passions. I love my role as an Inclusion Lead in KS2 and I'm passionate about early help. I'm a member of Bournemouth's Early Help Operational Board working alongside others to instigate change and growth. I'm also passionate about my love of reading, being out in nature and creating with crochet. I've been blogging for eight years at Jera's Jamboree.

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