We all know about the importance of self-care for mothers, but when you’re sleep deprived and spend your whole day chasing after your precious ones, self-care can begin to feel like the impossible – right?
Whilst Christmas is said to be “such a wonderful time of year”, it can also be one of the most overwhelming, and bring on feelings of stress, anxiety and sadness.
In the lead up to Christmas I’ve been running around trying to find the perfect presents for my friends and family, trying to think of great gift ideas, trying to stick to a budget, and trying to not get too caught up in the crowds – it can get so stressful. Every time I leave the shops, I feel antsy and my heart races a little faster (and not in
It fills me with joy to see so many women preaching the self-love message online. Women who love themselves completely and want to inspire other women to also infuse their lives with self-love.
Self-care is something that I love to regularly practice. By having tools that are easy to use and that I enjoy, I’ve been able to create rituals that I love. Some of the tools I use are quite practical and some of them are a little bit ‘woo-woo’ but they all help me prioritise my self-care.
Self-care is something we know we need, yet it’s so easy to forget to put it into practice. When life gets busy we tend to stop looking after ourselves. We stop doing the very things that make us feel our best.
How often do you struggle to make decisions? How often do you find yourself in a situation where you have no idea what to do next? More often then you would like? Are you a lover of a good pros and cons list, or are you a fan of knowing all of the facts before making a decision?
Self-confidence is a serious game changer. When you believe in yourself you open up to your ideal life and you are able to find the positive in any situation. You are able to conquer any self-doubt. When you are confident, it shows and other people believe in you too.