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To keep going, sometimes you need to stop. That's the message behind Project You, a campaign to encourage people to take time out of their busy lives and help boost their mood - and feel more in control.
Project You is all about finding ways to make you feel better, whether it's taking a breather, going for a walk, having a blether with pals or switching off screens an hour before bed to improve sleep. You can go to ProjectYou.scot for tips, ideas and local resource to help you feel less stressed and more in control.
Because by giving yourself a regular break from the daily stresses and demands, you'll actually feel better and more able to take on whatever life brings.
When life feels like it's getting the better of you, and the daily stresses are affecting your well being, it's important to make time to look after yourself and your relationships.
So make some time to get out and about, get active in your community and connect (or re-connect) with friends and family.