SELF-CARE TIPS

Babe we're not living the easiest of times currently. With everything that is going on in the world at the moment it is easy to feel all kind of ways. We have put up a little list with tips and ideas for you to take care of yourself <3 

GET TO KNOW YOURSELF

-emotional-

Take this time to get in harmony with your emotions. Deal & process thoughts & feelings you've been bottling up. Learn to have compassion for yourself & your emotions.

SOME IDEAS:

Journaling

Practicing mindfulness & meditation

Setting boundaries

Talking to yourself nicely

Expressing your emotions creatively

NURTURE YOUR RELATIONSHIPS

-social-

This type of self-care might be different for introverts & extroverts, but we all need human connection from time to time. Stay in touch with your loved ones & remind them how important they are & voice your need for a check-in too! 

SOME IDEAS:

Making an online dinner party

Writing a letter

Exercising/Yoga with a friend via videocall

Just calling

LOVE YOURSELF

Spoil yourself & make yourself feel loved. Take care of your body. Do things that make you feel good & don't feel an obligation. Nourish your senses, this way you'll bring your mind to the present & this will help bring your stress levels down.

SOME IDEAS:

Yoga Drinking more water

Eating healthy

Going for a walk or run

Spa days home

Listening to your fave music

Spending time in nature

FIND INNER PEACE

-spiritual-

Finding & understanding life beyond oneself. Connecting with something bigger than yourself can help you find purpose & meaning in life. It can give you courage when times get hard.

SOME IDEAS:

Meditating

Spending time in nature

Praying



Disclaimer: The information provided is intended for your general knowledge only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment for specific medical conditions. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease without consulting with a qualified healthcare provider. Please consult your healthcare provider with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your condition.