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Make Your Emotional Wellbeing a Priority

Emotional wellbeing is important to our overall health and How Right Now is asking that you take 15 minutes a day for yourself. The #HowRightNow initiative is intended to address people’s feelings of worry, anxiety, loss, and/or grief during COVID-19. Support for the How Right Now initiative is provided by the CDC Foundation.

Are you stressed like I am during this global pandemic?  Are you checking social media with a frenzy more than ever before to see what is going on in the world since we are not able to do the things we normally would be doing?

Communication is even harder during the pandemic since we have less time face to face with people. Today I’m joining #HowRightNow to take 10-15 minutes to prioritize my emotional wellbeing by reaching out to someone I care about to see how they are coping during this unprecedented time in the world.

Emotional Wellbeing should be a priority

Autumn Murray Struggles with Depression


If it seems in this picture my smile doesn’t quite reach my eyes, it is because that is true. This picture was taken two months ago. With all the uncertainty going on in the world, I have been battling with my depression.
I miss hugging people, shaking hands when we meet someone new, going out and enjoying local restaurants and businesses, attending concerts and other major events, being able to freely travel around the world, working out with my friends, and so much more.  I know that eventually, we will be able to do all of these again and that does give me hope for the future.
Wellness is the complete integration of body, mind, and spirit – the realization that everything we do, think, feel, and believe has an effect on our state of well-being
— Greg Anderson

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Time Out

Taking time to care for ourselves should always be a priority, especially during these challenging times. Making time to do it can be difficult, but did you know that as little as 10-15 minutes is enough to reduce stress, anxiety, or sadness?

Working out at home has helped with my overall health and helped me manage my stress levels and high blood pressure.  I went for my annual physical in September and for the first time in my life, the doctor told me that I had high blood pressure.  I knew then it was time to make my health and wellbeing a priority.

Now, I watch less news, stopped constantly checking social media for the latest breaking news of the day, and take time to just focus on myself.  By doing these simple but important actions, my blood pressure has returned to normal and I have been able to reduce my stress levels.

“I found that with depression, one of the most important things you can realize is that you’re not alone. You’re not the first to go through it, you’re not gonna be the last to go through it,”
— Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

Start a Conversation

Talking with friends, neighbors, and loved ones about your feelings and concerns can help you to relieve stress and promote resilience. Take a look at the tools on the chart below from How Right Now to see to help you start a conversation.

Choose Love

Emotional Wellbeing #HowRightNow conversation chart

Five Things You Can Do in Five Minutes to Help with Your Emotional Wellbeing:

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Take Time for Yourself

Please take 10-15 minutes to do something for your emotional wellbeing each day.  Please click HERE to visit the #HowRightNow website to find what could help you adapt and find a way forward.

We can get through this time together!  Let us know in the comments how you are taking time for yourself each day.


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