5 creative activities to make you feel good

Being involved in any form of creative activity is therapy for your mind. Whether it’s writing, baking, gardening, sewing, or playing music, a creative outlet can really improve your mental clarity and help you feel good.

The beauty of creating is that it doesn’t have to be elaborate or groundbreaking. It can be just about whatever you want.

 

5 things you could try

 Create your own happy place – this can be using your imagination, or creating a small area in your home where you can spend time in when things feel a bit overwhelming, just to chill and recharge. Your happy place could even be in your car with your favourite music playing.

Make your own gift of happiness box

Write a funny song and sing it out loud – even though I can’t sing, I do enjoy writing funny songs and even making funny dances and share with others.

Create a new superhero –  After recovering from a period when i felt depressed and overwhelmed with life, I created my character  Confident Queen  to help others.  I love dressing up and going out to make people smile and deliver gifts to cheer people up when they are feeling down.

 

Take a walk and enjoy the colours  and sounds of nature.

I do enjoy going for early morning walk near where I live as I can enjoy the sounds of he birds chirping, the river flowing and just take time to enjoy my surroundings. It realy makes me feel good and fuels me to start my day on a positve note.  I have also decided to get painting so that next  time I am out I can start painting some of the images I see.

So what things creative things are you going to be doing? Please let me know!

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