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ICYMI - "Ask an Expert" Webinar Event: Personal Planning

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Every month, we host an "Ask an Expert" event on a pressing mental health and wellness topic. In January, our focus was on personal planning and the mental health challenges that surround it. It's a topic that many grapple with as we turn the page and welcome a new year. 

With an ever-growing list of items to check off on our to-do list, our personal lives can become overwhelming. From budgeting, to getting better sleep, figuring out a new career move, getting in shape and more - as our lists get longer, the overwhelm gets stronger. 

This month, our expert covered how to handle procrastination, perfectionism, breaking down tasks, time management, boundary setting and more. If you missed the event, watch the on-demand version here:

Next month in February, we cover intimate relationship troubles. Send us your questions to
community@mindbeacon.com if you'd like to request an answer from our expert!

"Start by accepting the increased uncertainty..."

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