Moments alone can help you to ponder the best ways to move forward in your life and keep you grounded. And moments with friends can help you feel more connected and relaxed.
Whether you decide you want to go for a long walk, take a hot bath, or enjoy a good movie with friends, taking self-care time is imperative.
Look for small ways you can incorporate it into everyday life; for example, you might wake up 15 minutes earlier to sit with a cup of tea and practice deep breathing before the chaos of the day begins, or you might take a walk around the block on your lunch break.
The more you can work self-care time into your schedule, the better you’ll be able to grow, enjoy your life, and thrive.
This article was co-written by self-care advocate, Brad Krause. Brad is inspired to help others improve their overall well-being through self-care.
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