We’ve all heard it by now. “Having a bubble bath #selfcare .” But what does “self-care” actually mean? Why is it so important? And how do we begin to incorporate it into our daily lives? Self-care is as simple as
Yes, it’s that time! I know many of you enjoy the holidays. With our family, getting everyone together in the same place at the same time is no easy thing! I’m extra grateful when we can make it happen.
Who doesn’t love the idea of jetting off to an exotic location for a week of rest, relaxation and meditation? Wouldn’t it be nice to have time to read or listen to music or maybe do nothing at all?
Stress is unavoidable in our culture. We work hard, the news is full of scary, sensationalized headlines, and sometimes it feels like it’s more than we can handle. How do we cope? Going back to basics with our self-care
“ My goal has always been to help people help themselves. Your body is your most priceless possession; you’ve got to take care of it! ” Jack LaLane Have you accepted or resigned yourself to dealing with stress-filled days at
How many more days until Christmas? I hope you’re enjoying the holiday season. It can be a wonderful time; celebrating with family and friends. It can also be stressful when the to-do list is long, and free time is in
Do a mini-declutter. Tackle one small job. A kitchen drawer, the coat closet, or that pile of cosmetics in the bathroom. Toss what’s old, outdated and no longer useful.
“Self-compassion is simply giving the same kindness to ourselves that we would give to others. “ – Christopher Germer No matter where you are in life, it’s likely that now and then it’s all too much. Too many responsibilities and
Everyone knows that work is cited as one of the leading causes of stress in the US, and employees aren’t the only ones suffering. Businesses are also seeing dips in profits and productivity due to a stressed-out and exhausted workforce.
The term self-care means different things. I’m sure if you asked 10 people you’d get 10 different answers depending on how you phrased the question. That’s a good thing. When I started doing this work years ago, that term wasn’t