Often, people living with depression, anxiety, and other mental illness can have trouble completing even the most basic tasks when they're having a not so great day. In my practice, I find that the best ideas when you're having the worst days are concrete and easy to remember and utilize. Because when you're not at your best, it's understandable that you're not as able to push yourself to get things done.
This great Huffington Post article highlights 6 tips on being able to continue caring for your pets, even when caring for yourself seems like a monumental task. If you want more concrete, simple to implement tools to help you in your daily life, I encourage you to come in for a session! It can be easier than you think to make little changes that improve your quality of life quite a lot.