Better Mental Health with a Color Pop Mental Health Planner
I am excited to present to you my bundle of Color Pop Mental Health Planner printables, containing 38 colorful printable sheets in total. My Color Pop Mental Health Planner helps you deal with your mental issues by tackling them and working your way through them in a planner.
I use my Color Pop Mental Health Planner and have a lot of fun dealing with yucky mental issues like stress and anxiety by planning and organizing in this fun planner!
NOTE: Having said that, we are not medical professionals, so please seek professional help if you have mental issues you cannot grapple with yourself.
Improve Your Mental Health with My Color Pop Mental Health Planner
Mental health encompasses everything having to do with your emotional and mental wellbeing, including stress, anxiety, and depression. If you deal with mental health issues such as stress, you can try using a planner, such as my Color Pop Mental Health Planner to deal with your mental health issues. You can use my Color Pop Mental Health Planner to write down all the issues bogging you down mentally, and work on a plan to avert these nagging problems.
Gain More Self-Control Over Your Life
When you are under a lot of stress, you may often feel like your life is spiraling out of control. By using a planner, everything is scheduled and becomes a routine, so not only do you know what to expect, but you feel like you are in control of your life.
Take A Quick Peep Inside Your Color Pop Mental Health Planner:
Inside Your Lovely Color Pop Mental Health Planner
You will receive 1 pdf file consisting of the following types of printable sheets:
- Belongs To Printable Page.
- All About Me – 3 Printable Pages of self-reflection questions to help you analyze yourself.
- Anxiety Debrief Printable Page to help you assess situations that give you anxiety.
- Anxiety Levels Printable Page to help you track your anxiety levels in various situations.
- Understanding Anxiety Printable Page to help you understand the origin of your anxiety.
- Dear Future Self Printable Page to help you focus on your vision of a happy future.
- Coping Strategies Printable Page to help you manage your self-doubt and negative feelings.
- Grateful Life Printable Page to help you keep track of the things you are grateful for in your life.
- Happiness Is Printable Page to help you refocus your mind on the joys in your life.
- Thoughts Tracker Printable Page to help you monitor your thoughts and feelings.
- Transforming Thoughts Printable Page to help you deal with negative thoughts and self-doubts.
- Self Awareness Chart Printable Page to help you challenge negative thoughts and feelings.
- Mood Chart Printable Page to help you track your moods every month.
- Sleep Tracker Printable Page to help you keep track of your sleep pattern.
- Life Assessment Printable Page to help you assess how you feel about your life.
- Trigger Tracker Printable Page to help you keep track of experiences that generate negative thoughts and emotions.
- Grateful Heart Printable Page to help you keep track of things you are grateful for.
- Daily Reflection Printable Page to help you reflect on your day.
- Daily Awareness Printable Page to help you stay aware of your feelings for the day.
- Self-Improvement Printable Page to help you work out how to improve yourself.
- Self Care Ideas Printable Page to help you keep track of ways you can use to take better care of yourself.
- Self Care Planner Printable Page to help you create a self-care plan.
- Self Care Tracker Printable Page to help you keep track of your self-care activities.
- Post Therapy Chart Printable Page to help you keep a log of your therapy sessions.
- Thought Log Printable Page to help you keep track of negative thoughts so that you can control them.
- Personal Wins Printable Page to help you celebrate both your minor and major wins.
- Personal Rewards Printable Page to help you remember to reward yourself for your accomplishments.
- Weekly Assessments Printable Page to help you assess your state of mind on a weekly basis.
- Weekly Reflections Printable Page to help you reflect on your state of mind weekly.
- Anxiety Tracker Printable Page to help you document the days when you experience anxiety.
- Depression Tracker Printable Page to help you document the days when you experience depression.
- Reset Your Mind Printable Page to help you transform your negative feelings into positive ones.
- Love Yourself Printable Page to guide you on ways you can choose to love yourself.
- Self Care Focus Printable Page to help you focus on taking good care of yourself.
- Trigger Sources Printable Page to help you discover what causes emotional pain and negative thoughts in your life.
- Happiness Tracker Printable Page to help you keep track of how often you feel happy.
Planning Helps Reduce Unneeded Stress
It is incredible how much stress is lifted once I start using a planner. Whether I just use the basic calendar pages, have multiple to-do lists, or plan out my goals, I always feel like I am accomplishing something when I use a planner. I no longer have consistent stress from missing deadlines, feeling like I have something coming up, but no idea what it is, or being overwhelmed by everything I need to get done and no time to do it in.
You Can Maintain Positivity
When I struggle with stress, I would use a planner to help me think more positively. It lessens up my stress; I feel more in control and feel on top of all my responsibilities. This, in turn, makes me more positive and optimistic and able to focus on more than just the day-to-day responsibilities but find hobbies and new interests as well.
Daily Schedules Keep You on Track
The daily schedules are especially important, as you can flesh out your main tasks into more specific tasks for each day. Start by noting important days and events in the monthly calendar, then move over to the weekly schedule to set weekly goals. From there, you can choose what needs to be accomplished each day to reach these goals.
Use Blank Pages for Tracking Triggers
Take advantage of the tracker pages in your planner by using them to note down triggers or track your symptoms. This is useful with anxiety and panic disorder, so you know what is coming, or to find your depressive episode triggers. Having it in your planner allows you to have more insight into when these issues occur and how to avoid them in the future.
Give Yourself a Mental Makeover
Although you might take great care of your body, you may not give much thought to your mental self. It’s time to ask yourself, “What do I do to take care of my mind and keep it in excellent shape?” For some excellent mental makeover techniques, read on.
1. Know what makes you happy and do it every day. Take time each day to immerse yourself in something that brings joy to your life. Watch a movie, take a walk, do some crafting, build a shelf, or paint a picture. Make it a point to derive some pleasure from every single day.
2. Laugh a lot. Read jokes online. Make up funny stories. View your favorite situation comedies on TV, old and new. Call a friend that always makes you laugh. Spend time with children and babies. Experience humor as often as you can.
3. Cultivate new interests. To keep your mind working on several different levels, try new things often. Learn a new language. Visit museums. Study a topic of interest on the internet. Make it a personal goal to learn something new each day.
4. Play some healthy mind games. We’re talking about the ones that put your brain through some mental calisthenics. Do word searches. Work some Sudoku puzzles. Get into crosswords. Work a few math problems occasionally.
* Encourage your mind to get exercise by trying out different kinds of exciting, challenging mind games from time to time. Find some new apps for your smartphone that will challenge you and make you think.
5. Recognize your stress responses, inside and out. Knowing yourself will help you identify how you behave when exposed to stressors. Maybe you get a fever blister on your lip, overeat, or become grouchy.
* If you can train yourself to recognize when you’re stressed (early in the process), you can then proactively take steps to abolish the source of the stressor to beef up your coping strategies.
6. Express yourself. Although it might be difficult for you, do what you have to do to express your feelings to others. Whether they’re happy and fun feelings, or sad and scary feelings, develop ways to share your emotions. Holding in how you feel is rarely the path to a calm and secure mental state.
7. Stay on top of your feelings. In the event you’re in a situation where you can’t express your feelings to someone else for a good reason, employ your writing skills to write down on paper or on your computer how you’re feeling.
* Expressing your feelings through the written word can be both freeing and effective. Keep a journal and write regularly in it.
Take part in activities that bring joy and laugh frequently. Always find new interests and play games that give your mind a workout. Know your reactions to stress and do whatever’s necessary to express yourself.
When you concentrate on following through with these suggestions, you’ll give your mind a fantastic workout. And when your mind is in peak condition, so are you!
I believe you are now in the mood for some mental makeover with your pretty planner? Don’t have one? Download my lovely Color Pop Mental Health Planner now!
Let your Pretty Planners work for you,