Why Self-Care Isn’t Selfish

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Why Self-Care Isn’t Selfish

Why Self-Care Isn’t Selfish


“Rest and self-care are so important. When you take time to replenish your spirit it allows you to serve others from the overflow. You cannot serve from an empty vessel.”

– Eleanor Brownn



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Have you’ve been ready to call an uber just to escape your house (and your family)?  


You're trying to find stability and balance in your life but you suffer from health issues (and so do some of your family members) and you feel it's hard to heal when the trauma continues. 


Especially when you have little or no support at home.🙅‍♀️ 


Your major sources of stress are your living situation, plus the amount of housework and daily responsibilities you have at home. 


High stress affects your health and has taken a significant toll on you and you are tired of feeling like anxiety is controlling you.😫


How can you be there for your loved ones if you are depleted and ready to call an uber to escape your house?  Until you are able to manage your stress and get things in order in your life, how are you able to feel more freedom, peace, and calm?  


There is no such thing as a quick fix or magic bullet.🙅‍♀️


Having a simple yet effective Self-Care practice in place helps with managing stress naturally.


☝️I share a ton of simple and actionable tips in my FREE SOS 10 Day Video Series.  


This series is all about practicing SELF-CARE, plus ORGANIZING and PRIORITIZING, so that you can be on your way to being the SOULFUL and IMPACTFUL woman you've always meant to be (just didn't have the time or energy for!)


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Here are a few of my reasons why I truly believe that self-care isn’t selfish.

1. Through various studies, it has been proven that regular practice of self-care is crucial to mental and emotional well-being.  

2. During the pandemic, many leading experts have stated that globally we are in a mental health crisis and that burnout is real. 

3. Our society has put pressure on us to believe that we must do and be everything at work and at home.  This in turn is creating exhaustion, overstimulation, and anxiety.

4. Many have the belief system that self-care is self-serving but also unachievable with so many enormous demands around every corner.

5. Self-care can come in many forms:

  •  Quieting the inner critic and practicing self-compassion.
  •  Practicing healthy lifestyle habits (including Sleep, nutrition, hydration, exercise and so much more)
  •  Spending time with friends and family plus having a support system.
  •  Finding time to relax and enjoy leisure activities.
  •  Being mindful and present and enjoying quiet time.  Away from digital distractions and busyness.

6. It is believed that we often don’t know that stress is negatively affecting our health until we get sick.  Practicing a preventative approach to health is important to negate the negative effects chronic stress has on our health. Prioritizing self-care is essential to managing stress. I like to say that we can pay for our health now or later.  Which do you prefer? 


👉In my FREE SOS 10-Day Video Series, I go over a ton of self-care strategies and ideas for times of stress that will help you overcome the temptation to keep busying yourself when you feel depleted or burned out.


This series is all about practicing SELF-CARE, plus ORGANIZING and PRIORITIZING, so that you can be on your way to being the SOULFUL and IMPACTFUL woman you've always meant to be (just didn't have the time or energy for!)

Sound appealing to you? 

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