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  • Change of Seasons, Fall | mindyourmind.ca
    intention Everything in moderation It may be the season for new things but know when to bow out and care for yourself Surround yourself with warm colours oranges reds and yellows to balance the cold of the outdoors Take advantage of the weather and enjoy some activities that were too hot and exhausting in the summer Come up with a smart plan for change Don t stop when you figure them out or write them down take action Enjoy some warm fall scents Try out lavender pine vanilla and citrus all of which should help balance your energy Start fall cleaning Cleaning your outside world of detractions also helps clear your inner mind Pull out a big comfy blanket and leave it out to enjoy when the cold weather starts to set in Get onto a normal sleep schedule It will take a while but you ll feel much more rested and ready to face the world Rearrange your space Do some research about Zen and reorient your rooms to have more positive energies Take a hot bath or shower to relax from the stress of the day and rejuvenate from the chill outside Make a scrapbook to share all your favourite thoughts about the season foods colours activities and more Think about your needs Do you need more quiet time time to read or to revisit yoga Make time for you Read some non fiction books Choose a subject you re interested in and ask for recommendations from your friends Make time for meals Too many of us try to eat on the run rushing around Give yourself permission to relax and eat Unplug whenever possible Go on a walk free of technology and relax in the colours of the season Go through your wardrobe and get rid of

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  • Applying for Success | mindyourmind.ca
    old cover letter Use your cover letter to tell a story Stopped working to go back to school Explain why it makes you valuable Make a professional email address that doesn t give away any personal information like age or religion Attendance and punctuality are huge sellers If you have proof of reliablity and can work it into your application do it Start planning Even if the time for applications seems a long way off planning ahead will save you a lot of stress Consider more than just grades Your hobbies awards community work and references are worth more than you think Ensure your application looks the way you want it to by making a PDF Secondary benefit it s easy for people to print Check your application for spelling and grammar mistakes Ask a few friends to look it over as well If you re heading to school in Ontario check out www ouac on ca for deadlines resources and more Take time for you Sending out applications is stressful when you ve done a good job reward yourself somehow Be selective You can apply for 100 things badly and waste more time than applying to three well Make your time count Give examples Everyone works well with others and is a good communicator Prove everything you say Do your research Nothing makes you stand out more than knowing what you re talking about Update your voicemail message Make sure you sound professional mature and thoughtful to anyone calling Apply online or in person as requested If you have a choice choose whichever will leave a better first impression Look up reviews for professors online A boring topic can be the best choice if you like the professor s style more Save up Tuition an interview outfit travel they

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  • Building a Better Community | mindyourmind.ca
    an incredibly rewarding experience Consider sharable activities there may already be groups for readers gamers or aspiring cooks nearby Identify things that would improve your current community and look for groups who might fund your work Don t be afraid to take the first step towards change Others in your group also want to feel engaged Making time is hard but don t let things slide Do whatever you can to attend when you say you will Reach out to local provincial and global organizations and make sure your voice is heard Form a study group especially if the topic is dry collaboration can breathe new life into old habits Attend community events there are dozens happening monthly no matter where you live Try out new experiences with a friend Make sure to engage with the group and not just hide with them Start your own group Hang up posters around the city with dates and times for meeting and see who comes Find a hashtag to follow or joining a Facebook group Share in the discussions and community that already exists Consider what you have time for Too busy for weekly meetings A monthly group can help you feel more involved Head to the library and see what free courses activities they offer Educate yourself while you meet people Share the task of leadersip with others who share your interest Be co leaders and feed off each other s energy Take time to have a meal with someone you enjoy talking to Let the conversation come naturally Ask your friends what they do in their free time Their favourite hobby could become yours too Make a point of greeting your neighbors regularly Daily hellos can lead to great relationships Engage experts on topics you want to know more about

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  • Being Kinder to Others | mindyourmind.ca
    so much Be interested in what others think don t just wait for an opportunity to talk Being kind to one person is absolutely worth it While the world might not notice that one person certainly will Don t just ignore topics you find boring Inquire more deeply You ll find a story in there somewhere Practice being nice Try it on the bus or in the elevator One positive interaction can change someone s whole day Being kind means being slow and deliberate in your words and actions Life isn t about finishing first but the journey Be on time and prepared for meetings Being nice means respecting other people s time and other obligations Make a point of being nice to yourself You are worth every bit of respect and love that you share with the world Take the time to embrace your passions Nothing makes you kinder than being happy and in love with life Identify the negatives in your life Elimate what you can and what will remain is a happier kinder you Figure out who the important people in your life are Think up some unique ways to be kind to them Spend time with other kind people Watch what they do and take notice of reactions It can be great inspiration Take care of the people that matter to you Buy a friend coffee or pick up donuts for your coworkers Being nice isn t about doing it until you get what you want Being nice is a lifestyle choice You have to want to make it Resist the urge to gossip It might feel good at the moment but take pride in knowing that you are a better person Try to respond to people regularly and respectfully don t wait too long to

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  • How to Cope with High Expectations | mindyourmind.ca
    and allow yourself to relax Acknowledge your successes no matter how small Even if all you manage to do is get out of bed value it Call a help line if you re having trouble coping They re there to help you big problem or small problems Give yourself a break Don t let your mind settle on what you could be doing but instead see value in relaxation Know where your expectations come from yourself your family or society Decide if they are worthwhile goals Research Taking time to understand what others have done can really help you make the best decisions for you Know that reaching your highest expectations will not make you happy Be satisfied with your personal best Adjust to circumstances Maybe one D will make an A in your class impossible so try for a high B instead Make sure your high expectations are driving you to try harder not making you feel bad They should motivate you High achievers who use stress to succeed tend to think that works for everyone Explain to them that it s untrue Know that failure is always a possibility Think of your failures as steps on the way to success not the end Choose a goal that you can reach safely If an A takes all your energy but a B makes you happy aim for the B Understand why you want to achieve high expectations There are ways to get approval that are more easily maintained Don t just lower your expectations Focus on how ambitious you are and how you can spin the negatives into positives Try talking to the person with high expectations of you Start with When you expect me to it makes me feel Different cultures and age groups have different values They

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  • Random Acts of Kindness | mindyourmind.ca
    Ever had really good service at a restaurant or store Ask for the manager and tell them Go to the Dollar Store and leave a dollar somewhere This is especially nice in the childrens toys section Check the cars you walk by to see if their meter is running out Add some pocket change if it s close to expiring When you re doing some shopping let someone go in front of you Start a conversation if possible Offer to help someone with a chore for free When you re done don t act like they owe you anything Buy a blank card and fill it out with kind thoughts and wishes Leave it for someone random to find Get a penpal but be safe about it Not only will it help them it will give you someone to talk to Buy or pick some flowers and hand them out to people who look like they need a smile Cook and deliver someone a meal Nothing cheers people up like a lovingly made surprise food Leave a generous tip It doesn t have to be on a huge bill a tip on a cup of coffee is a nice surprise Offer to pay someone s bus fare when they can t find or afford it Keep a spare ticket or two onhand Make a dozen have a great day personalized post its and leave them up around your daily haunts Actually talk to your sales clerks It s shocking how often people treat them like they don t exist Leave a kind comment digitally on something that you really loved Let the creators know it mattered Donate your used clothing Get rid of anything casual you haven t worn in a month that s not seasonal Send a card to

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  • Planning for your Future | mindyourmind.ca
    else decide your goals for you Figure out the best way for you to achieve and dive in Make a distinction between wants and needs Your goals should be a need with a bit of want sprinkled in Research your goals Make sure it s something you actually want and can achieve when you think about it Pick one big goal Then five important steps to getting there Then five smaller tasks that lead to each of those Consider who your plans affect Don t assume others will pay your way Even if they offer have a backup plan Consider why you want the things you want Do you really want the added responsibility of a house Being proactive is the best way to make sure things go your way Be prepared for the best and worst outcomes Think about transferable skills How can you parlay one expertise into another Be creative Your dreams are more than career and family goals Consider all the things you want and be realistic You can t be working all the time Leave time for your friends hobbies and family between all the hard work Your hopes and dreams are your own Your vision is unique and powerful Don t let anyone tell you otherwise Spend a day on career planning each year Where are you now what do you want and how can you achieve it Update your goals regularly Your five year plan should look drastically different three years in Document all the steps you ve already taken towards your goals You re not as far away as you think Think about how one goal impacts other goals and make sure they aren t working against each other Take time to job shadow Considering a job in social media Try it out

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  • How to Communicate | mindyourmind.ca
    willing to learn from everyone A bad social experience can help shape you just as easily as a good one True communication should be rewarding interesting and engaging So try to discuss more than just the weather Talk about subjects the other person is interested in If they love talking about books engage them on that subject Make sure to listen It seems obvious but you re not the only one talking They should be contributing as well Say what you mean Cut down on sarcasm and jokes unless you know the others you re speaking to will enjoy it Recognizing power in another does not diminish your own Admit when you re wrong and move on Avoid passing judgement It might seem like the others are attacking you but wait and make sure before reacting Pretending everything is alright when it isn t doesn t help anyone If you re upset try to put the feeling into words Going to a social event Think up some interesting topics and do research before you go so you re confident Ask open ended questions Not only does it prove you re listening but it might help you continue the conversation Don t force yourself to have a deep conversation right away Take time to get to know each other Consider your attitude If you really care about the conversation ignore your phone and other distractions Know that you don t have to tell the best stories or be the funniest person to be the best conversationalist Be respectful Sometimes conversations take a turn towards arguments Take a breath and refocus yourself Entering a new conversation Follow the flow for a while first before butting in to avoid ill timed jokes Give your partner time to work through their thoughts as well

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