Sian Butcher / BuzzFeed 1. If you have 3 minutes: Try these morning yoga poses. View this post on Facebook Facebook: video.php Cat Cow is the nicest stretch and is super simple. 2. If you have 5 minutes: Read about these celebrities who have spoken out about their mental health. Frazer Harrison / Getty Images / BuzzFeed 3. If you have 10 minutes: Plant some seeds. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com I love this anecdote: "I usually sit outside with my dog and pot seedlings for hours, just taking my time relaxing and focusing on the little seedlings. After they’ve been outside growing for a while it’s like a proud parent moment — you’ve seen them since they were tiny seedlings and now they’ve grown up to full blossoming plants."If you don't have a garden, or a windowsill, you can still look after a plant by your kitchen sink. My recommendation? A geranium – they're cheap, colourful, and practically impossible to kill. 4. If you have 15 minutes: Reflect on how far you've come. etsy.com I find Instagram really helpful for this. If I scroll through my timeline, I can remember how I was feeling a year ago, before I started getting treatment for my anxiety. Sometimes, it feels like nothing has changed, and other days I can't believe how far I've come. Be kind to yourself, and know that even if it feels like you haven't made any progress (or maybe you're just getting the courage together to go to your GP), the fact that you're thinking about it means that you're already one step in the right direction. Buy this cute pin here. 5. If you have 20 minutes: Prep for tomorrow morning. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Every week I write in this column about how I am just not a morning person. But every week I try something new to help me feel less stressed when I wake up. This week, I've been doing a lil' prep the night before – I lay my clothes out for the next day, and make a smoothie to chug when I wake up. It takes a decision out of my morning and makes me feel a bit more on top of things. 6. If you have 30 minutes: Make a care package. Becky Barnicoat/ BuzzFeed This article is about how to send a care package to your bestie, but you could make one for yourself – to keep for a day when you're down in the dumps. A self-care package! 7. If you have 30 seconds: Read this tweet. Chase Stout @ChaserStout Got a kitten this weekend & our German shepherd pup, Huey, thinks it's his. I'm not going to tell him any different. 03:06 PM - 07 Sep 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite This is a weekly series. Got a self-care tip you'd like to feature? Let me know in the comments, or tweet me!