Are you confused about self-care? Think you don’t have the time or resources to dedicate to self-care? I have a new free challenge for you!
We often think of self-care in the consumer sense: getting a manicure, buying a face mask, treating ourselves to a new pair of shoes or a piece of chocolate cake. Those things can certainly be part of self-care, but they aren’t the only part (or even the majority) of taking care of ourselves.
What is self-care? Self-care is any activity we do with the definitive goal to take care of our physical, emotional, or mental health. It is crucial for our mood and our well-being, and at it its essence, it is something that refuels us. Self-care is an active choice; it is something we plan for.
Self-care is not something we have to force upon ourselves. It is not something that drains us. It isn’t a selfish act but rather it is knowing what we need to do for ourselves in order to take care of others.
This challenge is about simplifying self-care and taking a few moments for it daily. Each day for 10 days you will receive a new self-care topic and 1-2 related tasks, each designed to take only a few minutes. The challenge starts on April 1 and ends on April 10.
Want in? Register here!