Repost @makedaisychains New boring self care. What are your…
New boring self care. What are your hobbies? I don’t believe it’s possible for anyone not to have a hobby or something that interests them. Whether that’s art, sports, music, cooking, blogging, trains, theatre, DIY, photography, reading, walking, learning, languages, animals, knitting etc. It’s really important during mental health recovery (or maintenance) to engage in your hobbies, or activities which are meaningful to you. It may not always be possible because of disability, pain, money, motivation etc but I do think there are sometimes ways around all of these, it might mean changing how you do it of how much you can tolerate or finding a way to do a hobby for free/cheap…I think often during recovery motivation is often a real block. I find that with my hobby, art, I have set up a space (I am aware I am privileged enough to have space l) which is ready to get started and draw. I don’t have to think about getting everything out and set up, it’s just there ready, removing an obstacle. Tell me your hobbies/interests!!