New To The Journey Of Self Care? We Have Some Tips

New To The Journey Of Self Care? We Have Some Tips

Self-care is a hot topic right now. It’s a buzzword that has been cropping up more and more often, and it’s no surprise why! Self-care is the act of taking care of yourself (or your body) in a way that is good for you. It’s important because it helps you to feel better physically and mentally — but it can be hard to know where to start. Here are five tips on where to start:

  • Start small

Don’t try and give up all the bad habits in one go! Instead, pick one or two things you want to change and focus on those first. For example, if you’re trying to quit smoking, replace cigarettes with chewing gum or mints instead (just don’t replace them both!). Once you’ve mastered those habits, move onto something else. This way you can gradually build up your confidence and make these positive changes stick.

  • Make time for yourself

This may seem obvious but it can be hard when life gets busy! Find an activity that brings you joy — whether it’s going for a walk through the park or curling up with a good book — and make sure it’s part of your schedule each week so that it becomes easier over time.

  • Meditate or do yoga

If you’ve never tried meditation before, now would be the perfect time to give it a shot! Meditation has been shown to help people feel happier and more relaxed overall and it has also been shown to reduce stress levels by lowering blood pressure and heart rate. If meditation isn’t really your thing, then try doing some yoga instead! Yoga is another great activity that can help reduce stress levels while also improving flexibility and balance.

  • Sleep

Sleep is a great way to start a self-care routine. It’s been said that we need at least seven hours of sleep per night, but many of us don’t get enough. A lack of sleep can lead to feelings of tiredness and exhaustion, as well as other health issues like premature aging and increased risk for certain diseases.


Anna Daniels

Anna is an avid blogger with an educational background in medicine and mental health. She is a generalist with many other interests including nutrition, women's health, astronomy and photography. In her free time from work and writing, Anna enjoys nature walks, reading, and listening to jazz and classical music.

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