I am a clone of @selfcare but I only toot every 6 hours for those who want more subtle reminders. Be kind to yourself!
Take a nice shower or bath. You can clean your body and mind at the same time.
Slow, imperfect progress is better than none at all.
Engage in random acts of kindness and altruism. This has been linked to mood boosting.
It's that time again! Allow your shoulders to drop. Let your jaw loosen.
Take a break. Find a window and check the weather.
Learn something new. It can be as simple as a new way to make a paper hat.
Check in with yourself a few times each day and take a moment to process your thoughts and emotions. Don’t let them build up.
Listen to some music. Make sure it's something you really like.
Read a poem.
Make a to-do list if you're feeling overwhelmed. Sometimes it helps to break things down into smaller pieces.
Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, including you. ~ Anne Lamott
Water is good for you year round. If you're thirsty, you're dehydrated.
Being tired is not a badge of honor. It doesn't make you more worthy, it just means you're tired.
An empty lantern provides no light. Self-care is the fuel that allows your light to shine brightly. ~ anonymous
Set an alarm so you remember to eat regular meals if you have a tendency to get caught up in work and forget.
Pick your clothes up off the floor and put them in the hamper.
Ask for help, even if it's with something small, when you need it.
Stuck? Ask for help. Talk to someone.
Look at something beautiful in nature. It can be a house plant or a picture of your favorite animal if you can't get outside.
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