Drink some more water. When was the last time you filled your cup?
Take some time to cook yourself a good, nourishing meal.
Indulge your creativity by drawing, painting, sculpting, etc, even if you don’t think you’re good at it.
Taking care of yourself can start with something small! Maybe today you just need to lie down on the couch instead of on your bed for a change of scenery.
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.
Good rest, simple exercise, and hydration. All will help elevate your basic daily wellness.
Make a to-do list if you're feeling overwhelmed. Sometimes it helps to break things down into smaller pieces.
Lighten up on yourself. No one is perfect. Gently accept your humanness. ~ Deborah Day
Sometimes when it's hard to keep up, it's a better use of your energy to pause instead.
If you commute, take a different route if you can.
Try to memorize one constellation you don’t already know and find it in the sky tonight.
Write something encouraging on a post-it and put it where you will see it every day!
Always do your best. Your best will change from day to day.
Make yourself a healthy meal. It doesn't have to be fancy or expensive, just tasty.
Change can be hard. Taking care of yourself is a change that's worth the work.
It's okay to go to bed early.
If you're feeling sleepy or fatigued, try washing your face with a warm towel. It can be refreshing.
Unplug. Your mind needs to recharge, too.
Unsubscribe from a couple of those newsletters you never read.
Make a folder on your computer or an album on your phone and save images there that make you smile.