Do you wake up each morning feeling vitalised and ready to begin your day? Or do you constantly struggle with overwhelm, tiredness and apathy? In Everyday Self-Care we look at new ways of understanding on how you can take care of yourself through exploring and changing your day-to-day moments.
Everyday Self Care
The body of self-care
Have you ever wanted to free yourself from the disempowering pressure and constant self-criticism of needing to have the ‘perfect body’? This is one woman’s account of how she reclaimed herself from the clutches of bulimia.
Self-Care: The quality in which we move
Everyday life can be a part of self-care when we introduce and focus on the quality of our movements.
Carers need self-care too
The first person that you need to take the time to care for . . . is you. One woman shares her experience of how important it is for carers to self-care first.
When you’ve gotta go…. you’ve just got to go
Can self-care be as simple as taking a toilet break?
Stuck in the entertainment loop? How can we start to change the quality of our thoughts?
Do you have a constant array of thoughts in your head like a TV you can’t switch off? How can we start to change the quality of our thoughts and as such, change our lives.
Self-care – the gift of you
Is self-care simply caring for yourself, or is there a greater gift on offer? If so, why is taking care of yourself no longer enough, and what has true self-care to offer?
New Year’s Day – January 1st
At the start of the year is great moment to have a deep and meaningful chat with your body!
Three great reasons to ditch your New Year's resolutions before you even make them and how to make true change instead ...
How often do we make New Year resolutions to get ourselves fit and well only to find they we have made ourselves empty promises again? This article challenges this yearly practice by offering another way to make lasting change in our lives.
Farewell dear coffee
A self-care experiment to explore the effects of caffeine and how I realised that my body actually doesn´t love coffee the way I thought it did.