Self-care is care provided for you by you.
When we always rely on our memory, we often experience Decision Fatigue or Analysis Paralysis. Make Self-Care an easy choice by having a list already prepared.
During the hustle and bustle of any day it’s completely normal to forget to take time for yourself.
Some signs that self-care is needed:
- Constant fatigue
- Loss or change of appetite
- Sleeping problems
- Having racing thoughts
- Feeling overwhelmed or frustrated
- Feeling guilty or unhappy
All of these signs can be addressed with self-care.
It's a very simple, yet powerful tool that you have to improve your mental health, confidence, relationships, and overall wellness. It will also improve your productivity and focus.
The best way to practice self-care is by being aware of what makes you feel well, and by reminding yourself of those things every day.
In this course, you are going to learn how to create your own self-care list, how to include your loved ones in your self-care journey, and how to find the time to actually practice self-care.
You will also learn about the importance of creating your self-care list by location and by activity type.
Your self-care list can be as simple as bullet points and as elaborated as a beautiful painting. And everything in between. There is no right or wrong way to do this. It's your choice and you will learn different approaches so that you can choose the one that fits you best.
Are you ready to bring more joy and intention back into your life while increasing your energy levels and motivation?
Who this course is for
Anyone with an interest in learning how to practice self-care and self-love, so that they can improve their mental health, relationships, and overall wellness.
What you'll learn
- Create Their Own Self-care List
- Include Their Loved Ones in Their Selfcare Journey
- Find Time To Practice Self-care
- Willing to Reflect
- Willing to Invest a Bit of Time in Themselves