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Self-Care Quote Gallery
Self-Care is an important foundation for us to bust through our upper boundary limits and create the vitality we desire.
Do you find yourself putting off moments of self-care for later in the week, later in the month, and then finally realizing you never got to touch nature, your exercise or movement plan, enjoy that new book or podcast? Before you know it, a new month has started?
Join the well-attended club of deprived self-carers who have become addicted to their own busyness and are often verging on burnout. You need YOU!
The most successful people take time for self-care and they share their thoughts at length on how Self-Care has helped them with self-leadership and become even better role models.
Self-Care is the 2nd in our series of quote galleries to Nourish & Inspire you. Whether you’re feeling exhausted, sad, or just plain guilty for wanting some time to yourself, our inspiring Self-Care Quote Gallery is for you to enjoy over a cuppa to help you find inner peace in an overwhelming world.
I sense someone needs these today & if it touches 1 person then I’m creating the purpose-fuelled ripples of wellbeing.
Many of these self-care quotes will remind you why it’s vital for your own evolution and personal leadership.
These may create a spark to connect you to your potential, your self-worth and the value that you bring to your everyday.
What Does Self-Care Mean?
Self-care means taking care of yourself to be healthy, be well, do your job, help, and care for others, and do all the things you need to and want to accomplish in a day. If you think you’ve heard more about self-care recently, you are absolutely on the money!
And – it’s not related to our last 15 months amidst our pandemic – our world is crying out for a paradigm shift in taking care of ourselves. The act of self-care can help you deal with moments of uncertainty and frustration.
COVID has impacted all areas of life.
Because COVID continues to impact our way of life, our global reset continues. This touches every one of our 5 pillars of life – Business/Career – Health – Relationships with ourselves and all others – Money/Financial & energetically – Inspirations / Connection to something greater.
Life In Transition
Financial instability, business transitions, job losses have become part of our norm there is an ongoing threat to our wellbeing that makes self-care even more of a priority.
The pandemic has threatened the mental, the physical and emotional well-being of each and every one of us.
Every one of our experiences has been individual – how you managed any stay-at-home dictate and social distancing will be dependant on your own unique circumstances.
One area that became evident was the increase in feeling isolated. Managing any associated anxiety and stress levels can be supported by embracing self-care as a natural & logical first step.
See our TOC BLOG Why Self Care is important– we know it is not selfish and more than just any bubble bath.
When you make room in your life to relax, reflect and become present you will immediately improve your sense of wellbeing.
Photo Credit : | Self Care
Self-Care Promotes Positive Health Outcomes
Self-care is known to have a positive impact on health outcome as well as these gems:
- Fosters resilience.
- You will be happier and more present in your relationships.
- Live longer.
- Recognising your stressors and being well equipped to manage stress points.
- Reducing anxiety.
Physically you will be making an impact on your health.
You can help yourself to:
- Lower your blood pressure.
- Improve your digestion.
- Boost your immune system.
#Truthbomb – it is selfish not to make a plan for your own Self-Care
Be kind to yourself and make friends with stress so you can rest and digest it before it gets the better of you.
For tips on finding ways to reduce stress see our TOC BLOG 9 easy ways to Reduce Stress
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Is there one you would like included in a future gallery?
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