Join Me In April's Positive Mental Health Challenge


After 2 years in a pandemic, I think many of us can say it has taken a toll on our mental health. Let’s take this month to realign ourselves and focus on creating a more positive mental health.

Day 1:

Do a deep breath exercise (so many videos can be found on YouTube)


Day 2:

Catch up with a friend, whether it’s a text, phone call or visit.

Day 3:

Schedule something you enjoy.


Day 4:

Do 15 to 30 minutes of yoga.


Day 5:

Plan a healthy meal.

Day 6:

Take at least 10 minutes to read.

Day 7:

Go for a walk.


Day 8:

Take 20 minutes and do an at home spa, whether it’s a face mask, a bubble bath or painting your nails.

Day 9:

Watch a movie.


Day 10:

Write down 3 goals for the day.

Day 11:

Go to bed 30 minutes earlier.


Day 12:

Do a 5 minute meditation (so many videos can be found on YouTube)


Day 13:

Unfollow a social media account that is negatively impacting you.


Day 14:

Write a gratitude letter to yourself.

Day 15:

Do something you love.


Day 16:

Do a grounding exercise. One that can be done is know as “5,4,3,2,1”, where you name 5 things you can see, 4 things you can feel, 3 things you can hear, 2 things you can smell and 1 thing you can taste.


Day 17:

Take a day off from social media.

Day 18:

Before going to bed, make a list of things you accomplished today, even if it they are super small accomplishments.

Day 19:

Try a new hobby.


Day 20:

Listen to a wellness/mental health podcast of your choice.


Day 21:

Take 10 minutes and search coping skills to see if there are any ideas you can try out.

Day 22:

Plan a date with a lover or friend.

Day 23:

Choose an affirmation to repeat to yourself throughout the day.

Day 24:

Spend 20 or more minutes outdoors.


Day 25:

Wake up a few minutes earlier and sip your coffee/tea without the need to rush.

Day 26:

Do a breathing exercise and reflect how it made you feel afterwards.

Day 27:

Take the day to do your favourite activity.

Day 28:

Journal your intentions for the day in the morning, and how it went once your day is over.

Day 29:

Research different ways to improve your mental health and take notes.


Day 30:

Have a phone detox from the time the work day is over.


Day 31:

Reflect on the last month of the challenge and congratulate yourself for completing it!




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