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The Summer Protocol

Here are 5 ways you can fulfil your summer with excitement, peace, and growth. We're talking about habits, routines, spirituality, reflection, and so on, so grab a notebook, planner, or a good old cup of tea and dive right in.


  1. Self-reflection: Look back on your day and identify the things you struggled with, what you want to change, and what you should be doing more of. then how are you going to implement that? I like to break down each element of health and what I can do for each such as your mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional health; these are all things we have to look after. For example, as the sun reappears during the evenings I take that opportunity to go on an evening stroll to clear my mind and boost endorphins.


  1. Find a new interest or passion that you want to learn more about. Maybe it’s gardening or a business that excites you to chase beneficial knowledge. 


  1. Making plans and remaining social: Maybe you feel your summer hasn’t been what you imagined but there is still time to change that around. Make fun summer activities with yourself and others whether it’s just you in your garden painting or reading that book you said you were going to reach for but never did or catching up with friends and feeling the wholesome energy.


  1. Practice mindfulness: Take time each day to practise mindfulness whether you meditate or just take 5 minutes out of your day to find peace where you can shut your eyes. This can help you reduce stress, enhance focus, and increase self-awareness. 


  1. Try new experiences: Step out of your comfort zone and try new activities or hobbies. This can help you discover new passions, develop new skills, and build confidence. 


Take time to reflect on your experiences, thoughts, and emotions. But most importantly absorb the summer fun. 


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