Getting Back to Self-Care
Written over the past two years, this compilation will have you setting meaningful intentions and self-care rituals, learning how to support yourself emotionally, connecting with your values, and reigniting the practice of unconditional self-acceptance. All conducive for getting back to self care, today.
Has it been a while since you made yourself a priority? That’s ok. You don’t have to stay in that place of neglect. We always have choices. As long as we believe change is possible – it is. As long as we want to change and are willing to do the work – we can.
Take a look around your current environment. How is it supporting you? Without the right conditions, we shrink from our own aliveness, focused on self-preservation and just getting by. Let’s look at shifting that right now.
The beauty of getting to know yourself is that you begin to live more consciously. The beauty of living more consciously is that it increases the likelihood of creating the results you desire.
How do you take those core desired feelings and start creating and crafting a more beautiful life – without setting endless goals or action items?
Here is a tremendous system that you can implement in 30 minutes or less and get results. Step by step instructions and real life examples with free access to the mp3 recording and a downloadable PDF.
Remember that the best days start with intention and so does your best life. Here are some simple ways to begin your day with ease-filled connection and purpose.
The low-down on that holy grail called self-love. Hint: it’s not as difficult as we make it out to be.
Practicing gratitude, setting boundaries and learning how to feel your feelings – just a few of these top tips on taking responsibility for our own emotions.
As crazy as it may sound, the measuring stick that I use to test whether I am managing my time effectively, is my level of self-care. I’ll show you how its done.
The higher the personal expectations of excellence, the harder we are on themselves. Why do we let our perfectionism affect our attitude towards ourselves at such a deep level? And more importantly – how do we get a handle on it?
So often we believe that struggle is a bad thing or that we struggle because we are doing it wrong. What if struggle is just another opportunity to grow?
It can help with depression, eating disorders, conflict, stress, and even your gut health. This one is an interesting take on mindfulness – a key element for a happier, healthier you.
The biggest barrier to radical self-care? Ourselves, or more specifically – the way we treat ourselves when we make a mistake or experience a set-back. This one is particularly relevant for the mamma bears!
How many of us, take set-backs as a sign that it’s all too difficult? That we failed again, or that it’s all taking far too long. We blame the tool or the teacher, and keep looking for the easy way, the quick fix, or the magic pill. Tools don’t change anything if you’re not willing to change. That’s where this word comes into play. It’s not a dirty word. In fact, I think that it’s beautiful.
Detoxing, simplifying, using EFT, developing your focus and practicing radical acceptance. This is how to deal, when it all becomes a little too much.
Can there be radical self-care, without music? I say No! Listening to music allows us to experience life through the lens of love. Love for others and Love for ourselves.
So here is your ultimate self-love playlist – songs that will leave you feeling a little more beautiful, loved, connected and jazzed up on life.