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Self-care Sundays, Mondays and more....

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Defined as the practice of taking action to preserve or improve one's own health or the practice of taking an active role in protecting one's own well-being and happiness, in particular during periods of stress.  It seems more than ever people are talking about self-care including me!  But as we are all individuals so is the form of self-care and truly what nourishes us as unique beings.  

Self-Care Sunday is a term used quite a bit and rightly so as its an amazing way of working on caring for YOU and a great way to prep for a busy week ahead.  Whether its Sunday, Monday, Tuesday any day is a great day to show yourself some appreciation.  

These days with many people working from home in addition to so many other responsibilities things can get a little tough to say the least.  Boy do I know that!  I don't always wait for the weekend for a little self-care, some days its taking a break and just going outside for a breath of fresh air, a cuppa tea with some favourite music, cooking a favourite meal, or a relaxing foot soak before bedtime.  Today I gave myself the freedom to watch two movies as a way of caring for me. Whatever it is you choose its for you!  

Sara the magical creator of www.MSHEALTHESTEEM.COM always has some unique ideas on self-care from bathing to food, it's why we couldn't resist to share her link to some fabulous self-care tips.


Link:  The 15 Best Ways to Enjoy a Self-Care Sunday

We know that everyone doesn't have time to take a relaxing bath with music playing and candle burning (let's be honest those of you with children can barely get 5 minutes in the washroom alone)  Hopefully some of the ideas listed in Sara's post will assist with some creativity even if its starts with 10 minutes.

So what are you waiting for...go ahead and do something special for yourself whether its Sunday or every day!




Photo Credit: Sara @mshealthesteem

**Oxford Dictionary

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