Life is busy. Sometimes it can feel like there is always something or someone who needs our attention. But how often do we take the time to give that attention to ourselves? If you struggle to find simple ways to practice self care, this article is for you. 6 Simple Self Care Practices To Help You Reset Your Mind

 

6 Simple Self Care Practices To Help You Reset Your Mind

 

1- Make a promise to yourself.

The first and most important step in embracing a self care practice is to commit to doing it! Even if it’s for 5 minutes a day, make your self care a priority. You are worth it.

6 Simple Self Care Practices To Help You Reset Your Mind

2- Take something out.

This step is actually not an addition at all, it’s a subtraction. SIMPLIFY. Look at your schedule, re evaluate and adjust it. What can be removed? Make space for yourself. How can you take care of anyone else if you aren’t taking care of YOU first?

 

3- Sit still.

Meditation is an obvious choice for self care, but if that freaks you out, no problem, just sit still. Turn your phone onto silent, set an alarm for 5 minutes time, and just sit. Be comfortable. Feel the support of the earth holding your body.

6 Simple Self Care Practices To Help You Reset Your Mind

4- Breathe.

Breath is life. Allowing yourself moments to deeply breathe into your body is a brilliant way to care for yourself. Take a few moments to allow your awareness to rest in the natural flow of your breath. Notice how effortless it is.

 

5- Drink water.

Dehydration can cause fatigue, headaches, and even food cravings. Make sure you are drinking enough good, clean water every day. Take it up a notch and add a slice of lemon to help alkalise your blood.

6 Simple Self Care Practices To Help You Reset Your Mind

6- Be silly.

Self care doesn’t have to be hard. Allow yourself a moment to be crazy, silly and fun. Dance, laugh, jump up and down, stand on your head, whatever! Just do what makes you feel GOOD.

 

If you have struggled with self care in the past, don’t allow your brain to continue to tell you that you have no time for it. We are meant to feel good in our bodies every single day. Life is here to be lived and loved. Allow yourself the pleasure of self care and watch how your mood, your energy and then your life, changes.

 

What are your favourite self care practices? Share them in the comments!

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