Work-Life Balance 2: Mood Check-In

In this week's podcast Leyla talks about moods, emotions and how to carry out a mood-check in for your mental wellbeing. The second in the work-life balance series. Continue Reading Work-Life Balance 2: Mood Check-In

Welcome to the 146th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. This month’s theme is all about tips to support your work-life balance or blend. In this episode, I’m going to give you a framework to think about a mood check-in.

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On today’s show about doing a Mood Check-In

  • The meaning of the word mood. [01:26]
  • What a mood tracker and why it’s important to have one. [03:03]
  • Considering different moods and activities linked to them. [05:06]
  • An example of how quickly our mood can change. [06:37]
  • About the grey zone and why it’s important to understand. [07:48]

Quotes related to a Mood Check-In

  • I think moods and emotions are interlinked.
  • There are certain things that we have to do or partake in, that can put us in a bad mood,
  • We can’t always read our emotions,
  • We’re not meant to be in a positive, happy mood, 100% of the time.
  • Unfortunately, life does throw curveballs at us, and we might be in a bad mood, more than we might want to.

Resources connected to a Mood Check-In

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