31 Days of Self Care: Intro

That smudge on my eyelid from mascara is bad. One smudge isn’t bad, though!

I’ve recently been doing quite a bit of reflecting and learning on things around and inside of me. After spending the majority of a day focused on my feelings and emotional well being,  Doing so, I’ve come to realize that pouring yourself into others and things outside of you,  that can cause emptiness pretty quickly. Empty is not a way to be.

That’s why 31 Days of Self Care comes into play. These are things I have personally done or I am looking to do this month. I’m putting this together for all my amazing friends and loved ones who need to slow down and breathe, if only for a few minutes a day. I hope this series can inspire you and pass along feeling better.  Some very special people have helped show me the way and I appreciate it all so much.

Here’s to feeling better!

Jump to a certain day…or Follow along on Pinterest

Day 1 : Meditate 

Day 2: Journal

Day 3: Talk to Someone Inspiring

Day 4: Relax in a Bath 

Day 5: Get Your Drink On

Day 6: Breathe

Day 7: Read

Day 8: Go to Bed Early

Day 9: Wake Up Early

Day 10: Go Somewhere Solo

Day 11: Unplug

Day 12: Drink Water

Day 13: Write a Real Letter

Day 14: Show Some Appreciation 

Day 15: Figure It Out

Day 16: Rest

Day 17: Listen to Music

Day 18: Asking for What You Need

Day 19: Say What You Mean

Day 20: Move

Day 21: Veg Out

Day 22: See the Doctor 

Day 23: Affirmations

Day 24: Feel Good in Your Clothes

Day 25: No Changing Others

Day 26: Do Something You Enjoy

Day 27: Speak Positive

Day 28: Be Present

Day 29: Be Thankful

Day 30: Make a Routine

Day 31: Complete a Project


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