Feel Better Blog
Ways to help you feel better every day: mind, body and spirit!
As we engage in the last of our Summer holidays this weekend, I wanted to reach out and encourage you to make sure that you do some taking care of you in addition to the celebrating, and cooking out, and chilling. I have been doing a lot of different things to take care of myself these last several weeks, and I invite you to do something new, or old - just for you.
If you've had a crazy week and are filling up your weekend with a lot of plans, try scheduling something to quiet down and celebrate you. Perhaps you read a book for a little bit, take some focused one on one time with a loved one, or indulge in a bubble bath so that your mind has a chance to get some peace in addition to all the fun.
If you are going to chill out all weekend: in addition to camping out with some Netflix, try also fitting in a walk in the park or somewhere in nature to make sure your body and spirit gets some movement and feels better.
If you want to forget about a busy work week, try doing something completely random that you have never done before. Go explore a part of town you've never been, check out a store you've passed by dozens of time, or make a new recipe at home so that your adventurous spirit gets nurtured.
If you are bored or feeling a little lonely (this happens when to me when I get so focused on my work that I forget to make plans), try reaching out to 2 or 3 friends to see how their week or summer has been so that you feel more connected. They may not be available right away, but the love of you reaching out to check on someone else, invariably finds its way back to you at some point.
What are you doing to feel better this weekend?
Happy Labor Day weekend y'all!
With love and light,
Massage Therapist, Health Coach, Personal Development junkie.
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