Continuous learning and growth is important. Not only is it a professional requirement, it’s a personal commitment, too.
Why pay attention to self-care during such a busy time? Because someone has to do all those things entered into the week’s calendar!
Healing, well-being, and wholeness are found in turning toward and learning from all of our emotions.
Knowing how to “not know” is an important skill.
Keeping our stories hidden from ourselves and others takes energy.
I’ve had to learn that showing myself compassion is just as important as offering it to others.
If you want to bring about a change in yourself or your life, you might be surprised to hear that defining goals and shaping a plan might not be your first step!
What I say and do are influenced by how I am.
Self-care can be playful, a natural part of each day, and a joy instead of a chore. Babies are experts at this.