Free Self-Care Kit

Let’s take a self-care checkup: when was the last time you listened to your favorite song? Dressed up (or down) just for kicks? Went to bed on time, stopped eating before you felt full, or reached out to an old friend?

Self-care is a vital part of our well-being, but we often neglect it in favor of working, taking care of others, or feeling plain ol’ stressed out. While it’s easy to dismiss our body’s signals when we need a time-out, doing so can wreak havoc on our physical and mental health.

If your me-time has fallen by the wayside, it’s not too late to get back on track! I created this free Self-Care Kit that’s packed with goodies to help you start tapping into all the ways you can nourish your mind, body, and soul. Here’s what’s included:

30 of my favorite self-care practices to get you started,
A weekly calendar to help track your progress, AND
3 self-care mantras to help you connect with your most open-hearted self.

Establishing a regular self-care routine can help you keep your intention on the days when you’re struggling to get out the door on time, working late, or can’t even remember what day it is. (We’ve all been there.) And if you’re hesitant to invest a little extra in y-o-u because you think it’s selfish, I’ve got news for ya: the more you learn to tend to your own needs, the more of yourself you can bring to each of your exchanges.

So let’s get started! Click the links above to download or head on over to the Freebies page to see what all the fuss is about. Then pick a practice to try today or read the mantras aloud each morning to give yourself an extra boost. And while you’re at it, share ’em with a friend!

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