During the winter months when it’s colder and darker, it’s no surprise that it’s a time when we simply feel like it’s harder to work at our maximum capacity. It’s the perfect time to practice some good old self-care to get you through the cold months.
If you’re an introvert who needs a lot of ‘me time’ to be at your best, it’s vital that you find that time during the festive season too. Here are our tips!
We’re all about taking time to look after yourself, so here are some things you can do at home when you need a little relaxation and time for self-care.
Instead of wishing away the stress and waiting for difficult times to pass, we’ve found some things you can do to thrive under stress and uplift yourself.
Yoga, pilates and weight training are all the current range but sometimes, we need different workouts depending on our mood that day.
Yoga teaches grace, patience and perseverance. As your body transforms, your mind will follow. Thoughts become kinder and you’ll listen as your body speaks.
Inconsistency is a part of life and that’s something that I’m still learning to accept. I am a creature of habit, a lover of consistency. Structure is important to me and spontaneity doesn’t always come naturally.
The studio is quiet, hot and dimly lit. Walking on tiptoes, I locate what seems to be one of the last open plots of space and unfurl my teal-colored mat to claim it. The flip of the mat hitting the ground feels weighty, and loud. I look around but no one else has noticed. I take a seat.
Living in your truth is one of the most beautiful gifts you can give to yourself. I love and accept myself fully now, even the things I used to dislike.
In every breakup there’s a hero and a villain, but what if you’re both? However, where there’s bad there is good…
Having personal secrets is healthy and completely ok. Now, I’m not telling you to go sleep with a married man by any means or drive drunk. What I am saying is that it happened, you are ok and nobody needs to know
I’ve noticed a link on social media… we’re sharing meaningful words and lyrics, what we’re learning and feeling, just like the music artists of today.
Our journey in life is made up of many different twists and turns; times of pure joy and laughter, other times of sadness and unexpected loss. It is in these times…
Illustration by Katie Reingold (@k8gold) Resist. Resist. Resist. This has become the mantra for so many men and women across the U.S. and the world as opposition is being met and…
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Wasted resonated with me at a time when I needed someone to tell me I was sick. It helped me understand myself in a way no other book has, articulating as it did everything I wanted to say but couldn’t at the time. It was the only raw, and real thing in my life.