One of the most important lessons these last couple of years have taught me is the importance of self-care. Self-care can take on several meanings. It can mean simply meditating, taking a walk, or drinking water to stay hydrated. It can also mean exploring more alternative tools like acupuncture, energy work, reflexology, or taking a class or workshop on something that interests you. Really anything that is nourishing us from the inside out.
Despite knowing how important self-care is for my body, mind and spirit, I realize how easy it is to get distracted and lose the importance of making it a priority. It’s amazing how our old habits and patterns want to sneak back into our psyche. That is why I am always on the hunt for new meditation and spiritual tools and techniques that I can explore for myself and ultimately share with others. I find the more tools I have in my self-care toolkit to tap into, the more likely I can integrate it into my life.
Which is why I am so happy to share and invite you to Self Healing for Wholeness. This upcoming tele-summit will provide some amazing tools to living a happier, healthier, balanced and more empowered life.
I am so excited to be a speaker at this one of a kind gathering but I’m more excited to be a participant!
You can join this FREE summit where you’ll meet top life coaches, meditation instructors, international mediums, psychics and clairvoyants, and more – all unified to deliver 21 DAYS of the latest techniques, information and guidance. Plus each speaker will be providing a FREE GIFT that you can benefit rom immediately. Click here for more information and to register.
Whether you sign up or not, try to embrace some self-care into your everyday. Here are a just a few of my favorite go-to activities to nourish my body, mind and spirit.
- Drink more water and stay hydrated
- Take a daily walk
- Cuddle with your kids, significant other or pet
- Take a bubble bath
- Listen to some relaxing music
Here is to caring enough about ourselves to make self-care a non-negotiable in our lives.