As you might’ve heard, it’s World Mental Health Day and PrettyLittleThing are raising awareness by selling selling an exclusive collection of #SaySomethingNice tees.
We all know how tough social media can be but here at PLT we’re all about supporting one another online. So we’re asking you to #SaySomethingNice to all of your friends on social media.
100% of proceeds from our new tees will go directly to YoungMindsUK – a charity that helps fight for children and young people’s mental health.
5 Self-Care Tips on World Mental Health Day
We also wanted to highlight the importance of self-care and making sure you’re focusing on what makes you happy!
So, here are 5 self-care tips not just for WMHD, but every day.
#1 Download a wellness app
Wellness apps have become SO popular lately, meaning we have loads of material to help us achieve a healthy, balanced mindset.
Whether you want to improve your outlook on life, need to improve your sleep cycle or are looking for some healthy meal alternatives, wellness apps are a great place to start.
One of our faves is the Headspace app which has been shown to help people stress less, sleep better and focus more.
#2 Read a book
Reading a book can offer you some refuge away from your everyday.
Remove all distractions and bury your head in a book for some peace of mind and some YOU time.
We are loving Then She Was Gone by Lisa Jewel.
#3 Listen to music
Whether it’s heading to a gig or staying at home listening to your favourite tunes, listening to music is good for the soul.
Spotify have a great selection of playlists for whatever mood you’re in so be sure to check them out!
Give their Perfect Day a listen for timeless tracks from both old and new artists.
#4 Listen to a podcast
Whether you wanna laugh, cry or learn something new, there are plenty podcasts out there that are an absolute treat to the ears.
#5 Workout or take a walk
ENDOROPHINS, ENDORPHINS, ENDORPHINS.
Working out gives you those all important endorphins – the little hormones that make you feel uhmazing.
Don’t feel like exercising?
Head for a walk instead, clear your mind and get some fresh air.
Shop our World Mental Health Day 2019 tees here.