“Can I vent?” My best friend and I text that sentence back and forth all the time especially since I am very gifted in the art of ruminating. Being able to talk to someone helps me stop my internal thought pattern. What felt big in my body can seem small once I've shared it with someone else. A good vent sesh allows someone to hold space for you while you figure yourself out. It's not just about having friends for this, but also mentors or advisors so you can get advice from a different perspective. Who doesn’t feel better after a vent?
I know it’s Tuesday, but I’m sharing with you a blog that you might need on Sunday. Sunday scaries are when you start to dread Monday and it lowers your vibe. This especially happens after the holidays! You have to get back into the school routine, do any homework you might have forgotten, and spring break feels far away. Today I’m sharing how to beat the Sunday blues!
Do you ever feel like you don’t have enough time in your day to get everything done? Have you ever been so preoccupied with all that you have going on in your life that you’ve shampooed your hair twice? Well, I’ve been there and today I’m here to help you create more time!
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Here’s the scoop: although self care is a super trendy phrase, it does have a lot of significance. When you give yourself permission to take care of yourself you create more time. How is this true? Well when you give yourself “me time” you center, refocus and recharge for all the other activities in your life.
When we get on an airplane the safety demos always tell us to put our own oxygen mask on before we help the person next to us. That same premise goes for real life also. How can you expect to take care of anyone or anything else if you don’t take care of yourself first?
I want to hear from you! How can you add more self care to your life? Share with me in the comments below!