Thursday Thoughts: the weekly Let’s Talk About Mental Health newsletter (18 November, 2021)

Hello Talkers!

I hope you’ve had a great week, we’ve had some unusual weather here in my little corner of eastern Australia which has meant it’s been several days of quite cold temperatures (it’s late Spring here and by now it’s usually a lot warmer), but it seems to have turned a corner today and the sun is shining which means I am smiling!

So… greetings and salutations, and a warm welcome to another newsletter. I hope you enjoy my quick snapshot of my favourite things this week — hopefully at least one of them will make you smile/feel inspired. Have a fantastic week and a brilliant weekend!

Jeremy 😃


My favourite things this week:

1. ‘Burnout’ from @thrive [via Instagram]

Burnout can happen to anyone at any time; a few weeks ago I was on the verge of it because I was pushing myself too hard, and this post was a great reminder that you can love what you do and still be tired. Make your self care a priority every day. (PS: I’m doing better now!)

2. ‘The mood pyramid’ from @lizandmollie [via Instagram]

Love this reinterpretation of the food pyramid into the mood pyramid: one serve of fun per day, a few servings of meaningful projects, several servings of some form of movement, many servings of time with loved ones and sunlight, and as much time to recharge as is needed. Love it!

3. ‘Understanding’ from @tinybuddhaofficial [via Instagram]

“It’s easy to judge. It’s more difficult to understand.”

And one more… this post by @eurovision made me very happy today; it has been well-documented how obsessed I am with the annual Eurovision Song Contest and we have reached the mid-way point in the year which is halfway between the 2021 contest and the 2022 one (just 178 days to go!). The idea of celebrating the Eurovision Equinox (their words, not mine) had never occurred to me; now, it’s the holiday I cannot live without. Happy Eurovision Equinox! (BTW, if you haven’t seen it yet I did a YouTube video months ago on the best mental health lessons we can take from Eurovision… yes, seriously! Watch it here)

And while you’re here… if you haven’t already subscribed to my YouTube channel, please do! Click on one of the videos below and then select the subscribe option at the end (or click the channel icon to go to the channel page and subscribe there). Thank you!

Tip of the week for better mental health:

Make one small positive change in your life. Small things add up over time to yield big results.

Quote of the week:

“Listen to silence, it has so much to say.”

Rumi

My content this week:

Click here for transcript (opens in new window). Clic aquí para la traducción al español.

Thanks for reading and have an absolutely fantastic week! JG 🙂

4 thoughts on “Thursday Thoughts: the weekly Let’s Talk About Mental Health newsletter (18 November, 2021)

  1. I just discovered you about a month ago and I am going back from the beginning to listen. You have changed my life for the good and especially my relationship with my husband. I can’t tell you how much you have helped me and I am only up to June, 2020. Please keep doing your great work to make the world a better place. Thank you so very much.

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    1. Hi Susan! Thanks so much for that, you have no idea how much that means to me! I wish you the absolute best of luck with everything and I’m very glad you’ve joined my community 🙂

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  2. Thanks for sharing🙏

    On Thu, Nov 18, 2021, 12:48 AM Let’s Talk About Mental Health wrote:

    > Jeremy Godwin posted: ” Hello Talkers! I hope you’ve had a great week, > we’ve had some unusual weather here in my little corner of eastern > Australia which has meant it’s been several days of quite cold temperatures > (it’s late Spring here and by now it’s usually a lot warmer)” >

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