Self-care is a topic that has started to take center-stage in the wellness scene. People are starting to catch on to the belief that before they can care for others, they must first take care of their own well-being. Running ourselves to the ground trying to help others, while forgoing our own health and personal needs, will eventually leave us feeling drained, tired, and even sick.
If you haven’t yet, perhaps it is time to implement a self-care routine in your own life. Self-care can be implemented throughout your day, or you can designate a specific time each day, either in the mornings or evenings, where you solely focus on YOU. Include self-care activities that resonate with you. We all have things we say “We would love to do, if only we had the time,” perhaps those may be good areas to focus on. When we take care of ourselves, it allows us to be able to give more to others. Self-care routines can also help to bring us into the present moment allowing us a chance to slow down, and just be.
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