BuzzFeed / Tim Lane 1. If you have 3 minutes: Write down a compliment that you get. Zoe Burnett/ BuzzFeed Sometimes it's hard to remember the nice things that people have said to you. So now, when I get a compliment, I write it down in my notes on my phone. That way when I'm feeling unsure of myself, it's easy to access. 2. If you have 5 minutes: Unsubscribe from unwanted emails. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Bravo Search your inbox for "unsubscribe" and clear out that junk. Unroll Me will do it for you as well. 3. If you have 10 minutes: Call your person. Michael Hinson/ BuzzFeed Anna writes: "Maybe for you, that means calling your parents to check in and get an instant pep talk or maybe it’s your best friend from college. Or maybe it’s just a friend down the street you don’t see enough because of your busy schedule. It doesn’t even have to be a long phone call — just say hi when you have a free five minutes so your day is a little brighter." 4. If you have15 minutes: Try to stop feeling guilty. etsy.com Flo explains: "Or at least really try. Stop feeling guilty about your afternoon snacks. Or always cancelling on that one friend. Or not calling that relative enough. Or not working as hard as you possibly could. Or never making your bed. Or never sticking to any New Year’s resolutions. You can’t be perfect, you’re probably trying. Give yourself a break."Buy this patch here. 5. If you have 20 minutes: Make your phone work for you. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com I love this advice: "Scrolling through Facebook and Snapchat can make anxiety spiral out of control — hello, FOMO and jealousy — but it can also help you figure out new passions. If Instagram is your platform of choice, for example, head over to the Explore tab and see what shows up. Often, the algorithm will surface photos and accounts that mirror things you’ve liked or looked at. So if you’ve recently admired an artist’s gorgeous watercolor videos, it may show you tons of similar accounts…or it may show a bunch of accounts that turn out to be the exact thing your life was missing. Follow them — and unfollow the ones that don’t make you feel awesome — and before you know it, your feed will calm, inspire, and maybe even educate you." 6. If you have 30 minutes: See your doctor. Disney/PIXAR This tip comes from commenter victoriab13:"I like to make my appointments around my birthday every year. It helps me remember when to go, I have an excuse to take time off work, and I can reward myself with birthday freebies: trip to Sephora for going to the dentist, etc."If you need to find a therapist, here's a good place to start: Here’s How To Find A Therapist In The UKAnd if you're based in the US: 10 Things To Know If You’re Having A Mental Health Crisis 7. If you have 30 seconds: Read this tweet. Papi Jose ♕ @Jose_Snatched My aunt said that she doesn't want her dogs eyeballs to get dry when he's in the back of the pick-up.. 06:03 AM - 03 Jun 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite This is a weekly series! Got a self-care tip you’d like to suggest? Let me know in the comments or tweet me.