Modern Day/Wellbeing Wednesday

How to Shine in Self-Care this April

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How to Shine in Self-Care this April

Today is my Well-being Wednesday! The first Wednesday of the month where I share my plans for my well-being and self-care for the month ahead. I’ve recently set up a new format for this, you can read more about this here.

Before we get into the details, I would like to tell you about something else. I am on a mission to inspire and encourage people to take care of themselves and invest in self-care. To get involved, request to join my Facebook group, Shine in Self-Care and follow me on Instagram tina_retrainbraintoshine

So looking at each of the categories I’ve set, here’s my well-being update and goals.

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Self-Development

How I Plan and Reflect on my Self-Development, so I can Shine Bright

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How I Plan and Reflect on my Self-Development, so I can Shine Bright

Self-development is taking steps to better yourself, such as by learning new skills, overcoming bad habits and this includes retraining your brain!

It is an opportunity to reflect on your life and focus on what makes you happy, what you want to achieve and how you can get there.  I’ve been doing a lot of self-development recently. It has always been something that I’ve enjoy doing, I just love learning. I am lucky enough to be able to dedicate more time to it now.

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The Journey

The answer to my weird and wonderful symptoms

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The answer to my weird and wonderful symptoms

Retrain Brain and Simply-Shine - The Answer to the Symptoms

This post was updated on 24/03/18

This is the next instalment in my The Journey section. To read the previous posts, click here.

Monday 29th April 2013- That’s a date that will remain in my memory for a long time.

The day of my neurologist appointment. First of all, as strange as this might sound, I was lucky to get this far so quickly. There are so many people who have weird and wonderful symptoms as I called them, that push to see a specialist but get no where. I know what it is like to have a GP who doesn’t understand. Who has no answer for the symptoms and so makes suggestions only for them not to work. From January to March 2013 I went back and forth to the GP. For other people reading this who have been through something similar, I know that 3 months is a relatively short length of time and for that I am very lucky.

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Books for the Brain

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