This is so important when it comes to running your business with success. Self care isn’t something you do once and tick off the list. It’s the constant repetition of many tiny habits, which together soothe you and make sure you’re at your optimum—emotionally, physically, and mentally.
Remember that line in the in-flight safety video? “Put your mask on before helping other”. Self care is exactly that, because as a business owner, if you’re not looking after yourself, who’s going to look after your business when you burn out? Make sure that you are servicing your needs before your own warning light comes on.
HOW TO BRING SELF CARE INTO YOUR LIFE
I have two ways to help you bring self care into your day to day routine. I am on a mission to normalise self care; to take the stigma of it being a “selfish act” and to bring it into the mainstream.
The Self Care Survival Kit is a twice a month newsletter - hitting inboxes around the world on a Friday - ready for a few moments of self care over the weekend.
Self care isn't something you do once and tick off the list. It's the constant repetition of many tiny habits, which together soothe you and make sure you're at your optimum-emotionally, physically, and mentally and that you have your oxygen mask on before helping others!
I share two great tips for bringing self care into your life alongside positive mindset concepts, motivational mantras, book club tips and general advice on how to bring self care into your life more regularly. SIGN UP HERE or by clicking on the image above.
52 thought provoking cards to help you bring self care into your life from Success Coach, Rachel Letham. Based on the original Self Care Survival Kit newsletter.
These cards are designed to help you bring easy to achieve ideas and habits into your life focusing on mind, body and soul so that you can live your life to your full potential. A great way to introduce self care into your life and the life of others. Using them every day, every week or when the moment takes you