Life can be challenging. Self-care doesn't have to be.

Even when we know what mindfulness, meditation or self-compassion are, which are some forms of self-care, it can be challenging to know how to put them into action. 

That's why I created this site. 

So we can have access to the best self-care resources and start living life with ease.

Twice a month I’ll send you free practices so you can find the ones that work best for your lifestyle and start self-care without the stress of figuring it out on your own.

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What is self-care?

Any activity that we do deliberately in order to take care of our mental, emotional, and physical health. Although it’s a simple concept in theory, it’s something we very often overlook. Good self-care is key to improved mood and reduced anxiety. It’s also key to a good relationship with oneself and others. (source)

It’s not something that we force ourselves to do or something we don’t enjoy doing. Self-care is something that refuels us, rather than takes from us.
— Agnes Wainman
 
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WHY SELF-CARE?

- better manage stress and anxiety

- build emotional resiliency

- face life's challenges with ease

- feel balanced and grounded

- increase levels of self-confidence

- experience well-being

- be more fully present

- sharpen your focus and awareness

- better support others in moments of need

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EXAMPLES OF PRACTICES

Meditation, mindfulness, sleep, quality time with loved ones, therapy or medical care, relaxation activities, physical exercise, nourishing food, self-compassion, living in alignment with core values, taking time to be in the now-just to name a few.

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How will you self-care?

Self-care doesn’t have to be hard anymore.

Subscribe to my list and get free self-care practices twice a month.

Plus find out 3 ways you can start with today.

"Self-care is an attitude that says I'm responsible for myself."

-Melodie Beattie