Updated: Aug 3, 2019
Has anyone ever asked you, “Are you in a bad mood or something?” or maybe, “Are you tired? You seem mad.” Everyone can catch a bad mood every now and again, but it's unhealthy to feel stuck with them...
“There is a correlation between the severity of a person’s moods and a lack of self-knowledge.” ― Jill Alexander Essbaum, Hausfrau
Fun Mood Trackers for Personal and Professional Use
“Rose-Minded is dedicated to providing mental health awareness, support, and education to internet readers and social media users of all ages.” - About Rose-Minded
Therapists, counselors and mental health professionals across the nation and across the world have used Rose-Minded’s themed mood trackers and mood tracker guides. Their creative designs and straightforward layouts make them a fun way to improve your mood!
"I remember in high school and early college, I always felt like being in a bad mood was just my normal. It could have been a sad mood, an angry mood, a hormonal mood, a stressed mood, or all of the above but I had no clue. I had no idea what I was feeling or why, and so I felt lost as a teenager and very young adult.
It wasn't until I became a psychology major and became so involved in mental health and therapy that I realized I could gain control and understanding of... my life, basically. After researching emotion, coping skills, and self-care I began to understand the importance of journaling and emotional intelligence as treatment aids in mental health management.
That's why I started creating the fun mood trackers, to help myself and others manage mental health in a unique and creative way! Now, I stop using the umbrella term "bad mood" when I feel low. My emotions, moods, routines, self-care, and stressors are easily tracked throughout the week so I can spot patterns or triggers. I learned how to take charge of my moods and emotions, so can you." -Kay Uimari
Keep reading below for '5 Reasons You're Always in a Bad Mood' and after, Rose-Minded's mood trackers! See Testimonials
5 Reasons You’re Always in a Bad Mood
1. Have you been complaining a lot lately? Complaining may seem to be the reaction we have to our bad moods. In reality, counting our losses instead of our blessings is often the cause of bad moods! See Why: How Gratitude Improves Your Mental Health
2. Sleep impacts our energy levels, moods, and even mental clarity! Make sure you’re getting enough sleep, or you’ll end up grumpy all day. Set an alarm in the morning and at night so you can give yourself enough time to get ready for waking up and bedtime.
3. Chronic stress can lead to major sleep, heart, digestive, and a plethora of other health conditions. But did you know, stress can cause a bad mood hours or even days after the stressful event! Reflect on the stress in your life and how you choose to manage it. See Also: The Ultimate Stress Management Grocery List
4. One type of intelligence that is downplayed way too often is emotional intelligence. Being able to recognize, review, and gain control of your emotions will have a tremendous effect on your happiness and well-being!
5. How much time during the day (or week) are you taking for yourself? Set aside time for self-care, so your mental health can thrive (and even repel bad moods!). See How: Self-Care- Planning Ahead
Rose-Minded has seen and heard the grumpy people, has seen and heard the mentally-tired! Have you heard of Rose-Minded’s themed daily and weekly mood trackers? If not, click here to grab 7 free daily mood trackers, and a free emotion chart!
Rose-Minded, the mental health and wellness platform, is now offering bundles of mood trackers for personal or therapy use. That’s right, choose between 3 and 8 weeks of themed, fun mood trackers for you or your clients!
A therapist who uses the mood trackers said in February 2018, “Kay, thanks so much for these mood charts. I love how you added water and what one is grateful for. I am definitely using these for my therapy groups!!! Thanks again, Cindy.” - Cindy Lee
Statistics Showing the Value of Mood and Emotion Management [Statistics provided by NAMI]
Mood disorders, including major depression, dysthymic disorder and bipolar disorder, are the third most common cause of hospitalization in the U.S. for both youth and adults aged 18–44.
Approximately 1 in 5 youth aged 13–18 (21.4%) experiences a severe mental disorder at some point during their life. For children aged 8–15, the estimate is 13%.
Approximately 1 in 5 adults in the U.S.—43.8 million, or 18.5%—experiences mental illness in a given year.
Approximately 20% of state prisoners and 21% of local jail prisoners have “a recent history” of a mental health condition.
70% of youth in juvenile justice systems have at least one mental health condition and at least 20% live with a serious mental illness.
Over one-third (37%) of students with a mental health condition age 14–21 and older who are served by special education drop out—the highest dropout rate of any disability group.
Start using Rose-Minded’s themed mood trackers today! The mood trackers will help you:
Balance your moods/emotions
Recognize important factors affecting your moods/emotions
Stay up-to-date on your self-care
Improve your gratitude
Increase your happiness
Become more self-aware
Finally aim for self-growth
“We are governed by our moods; [it] should be the other way around.” ― Haresh Sippy
3 Week Mood Tracker Package
The 3 Week Mood Tracker Package includes 7 individually-designed daily mood trackers, and 2 weekly mood tracker guides, including inspirational quotes specific to each guide.
Daily Mood Tracker Themes:
- Misty Rose
- Pink Marble
The 2 weekly mood tracker guides that come with the 3 week package are Happiness and Stress Management.
Both of these guides are themed to incorporate relevant and motivating quotes on each page, and each guide also includes the National Suicide Prevention Hotline (1-800-273-8255). Download and easily print each of these mood tracker guides for yourself or others!
8 Week Mood Tracker Package
The 8 Week Mood Tracker Package includes 7 individually-designed daily mood trackers, and 7 weekly mood tracker guides, including inspirational quotes specific to each guide.
Daily Mood Tracker Themes:
- Misty Rose
- Pink Marble
Weekly mood tracker guides that come with the 8 week package:
- Body Positivity
- Stress Management
All of these guides are themed to incorporate relevant and motivating quotes on each page, and each guide also includes the National Suicide Prevention Hotline (1-800-273-8255). Download and easily print each of these mood tracker guides for yourself or others!
Behind the Screen:
Meet the writer and creator of Rose-Minded, Kay Uimari.
After a year of owning a mental health website, she's now committed to providing education, resources, support, and wellness to people of all ages. Kay Uimari lives on the Central Coast of California with her Golden Rottweiler, Morty.
She enjoys walks through her local botanical garden or beach, hanging out with friends, and gardening when she's not writing, working, or studying.
Kay has also been trained as a mental health crisis and suicide prevention worker, where she received significant experience and insight into the fields of mental health, mental illness, and suicide prevention. She works now as a Behavior Therapist, practicing all over the Central Coast.
"After using the mood trackers I feel more self-aware and confident. I can find patterns in my moods and emotions, showing me areas I may need work on. When I use these mood trackers, self-growth feels attainable and I can see the results." - Kay (Site Owner)
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