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Wellbeing Self-care Guide

We live in stressful times. That’s why a solid self-care […]

Wellbeing Self-care Guide

We live in stressful times. That’s why a solid self-care routine is critical to keeping your life together. It’s totally normal to have the occasional anxiety explosion. What taking care of yourself means is different depending not just on who you are, but on what you’re going through, how much time you have, what you find makes you feel less stressed, and what you can afford. Whatever your self-care routine winds up being for you, the important thing is that it gives you life, rather than sucking the life out of you.

In these times of heightened stress, incorporating a self-care routine is more crucial than ever. With the fast-paced rhythm of our lives, it’s essential to consider activities that not only cater to your physical wellbeing but also nurture your mental health.

What Does Self-Care Look Like?

Self-care might not always look like getting your nails done or soaking in the tub, though these are viable options. Sometimes, it’s about getting out for a walk, organising your house for a calming atmosphere, or taking the time to set new boundaries in your relationships for a sense of safety and happiness. Even activities like healthy meal prep, especially if you find joy in the meditative aspects of chopping veggies, can be considered self-care as it sets you up for a nutritious week ahead.

Need some inspiration for self-care ideas? Here are some self-care ideas and activities to try:

 

Spend 20 Minutes Clearing Clutter

Getting rid of that stack of mail, the pile of shoes by the door, and the overflow from your closet may improve your sense of wellbeing.

Create a YAY list

Before bed, write down anything that made you feel or say YAY! This can be anything from calling a friend, a new PB in the gym, sunny warm weather or cooking a new meal. This will help you get the positive thoughts going rather than focusing on the negative.

End Your Shower with an Invigorating Blast

After you’ve washed with warm water, switch to cold for 30 seconds.

Start your day with no phone

We all do this, we get up and check our phones immediately. This time, try and eat breakfast first before checking your phone. This will help set your intentions for the day or for the upcoming break.

Refill Your Water Bottle

Dehydration can make you feel foggy, tired, and headache.

Unfollow people who bring you down

We all have these super-star people on our social media who seem to have the perfect life, whether that is a person who travels around the world and stays in luxurious hotels, a person with a perfect body or a person with the perfect family. Your feed should be full of people that have a positive impact on your wellbeing, try also restricting your time on social media.

Hang Out with Happy People

Spending time with positive pals might be more meaningful to your well-being than you think.

Say “Hi” to a Furry Friend

The human-animal bond is so powerful that simply petting an animal can trigger the release of the feel-good hormones’ serotonin, prolactin, and oxytocin.

Lift Weights While You Watch TV or Go for a Stroll

Getting some exercise in while also getting distracted by a TV series or a movie is a win-win situation. Not interested in weights? Why don’t you go on a walk and buy yourself a cup of coffee on the go.

Zone Out for a While and do nothing

Need permission to just turn your brain off with a movie or series or to just stare at a wall? Taking your attention and putting it on something else, versus thinking about all the things that are going on in your life is a nice pause. Remember, you don’t always have to do yoga in the morning, brunch in the afternoon and meditation in the evening to take care of your mental health and wellbeing.

Remember, self-care is personal. It doesn’t need to be Instagrammable or fit someone else’s idea of what’s relaxing. It’s about what genuinely brings you peace and rejuvenation. So, be kind to yourself, and indulge in the self-care practices that resonate with you.

 

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