Take 5 minutes to straighten the space around you. Set a timer.

Try an app for your phone and computer that reduces the blue light on your screens at night.

It's that time again! Allow your shoulders to drop. Let your jaw loosen.

Don't forget that everybody is different! These toots are just suggestions - take the ones you think might help and leave the rest. Be kind to yourself.

Is your water glass empty? Go fill it and have a couple sips.

Take action (one small step) on something you’ve been avoiding that will make your life better in the long run.

Self-care is ongoing. It's not a one and done fix for everything. Take care of yourself today, and tomorrow, and the next day.

Don't forget that everybody is different! These toots are just suggestions - take the ones you think might help and leave the rest. Be kind to yourself.

Before you start your day, try to make a list of the 3 most important things to focus on that day.

Self care prevents burnout and reduces stress, that's why.

Protect your schedule, including the empty time.

Set an alarm for 2 minutes and focus mindfully on your breathing, nonjudgmentally bringing yourself back from any distractions.

In dealing with those who are undergoing great suffering, if you feel burnout setting in, if you feel demoralized and exhausted, it is best, for the sake of everyone, to withdraw and restore yourself. The point is to have a long-term perspective. ~ Dalai Lama

Take breaks. Set a timer if you have to so you don't forget.

What makes you laugh? Go do it, watch it, read it, if you can.

Try an app for your phone and computer that reduces the blue light on your screens at night.

Pause. What's the weather like? Don't use an app to find out.

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