Self-compassion is important
Being kind to yourself matters in more ways than one.
How to feel better
It’s easy to lose track of yourself when you’re trying to improve and optimise. Setting short-term goals but losing sight of the aim. In the end, you want to feel better. And if you don’t take the time to look after yourself, that’s going to be hard.
The meaning of self-care is unique to each person. But even so, some techniques have been shown to be beneficial to most people, in one way or another. Experiment, try out some new things, and see what works for you.
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Making time for you
Modern lifestyles tend to leave little free time, and that can make self-care feel like something of a luxury. But it’s not a luxury—it’s essential. And it doesn’t have to overwhelm your schedule.
We’ve put together a few tips and tricks for showing yourself a little more love, every day.
Self-care IS braincare
Adrienne Herbert encourages people for a living. So it goes without saying that the host of the Power Hour and TEDx speaker knows a thing or two about self-care. On this episode of the Braincare podcast, she explains why there's more to self-care than buying the right crystals.
The power of positive thinking
Acts of self-care, whether small or large, can make us feel happier, calmer, and more confident. From there, it’s easy to think positively, and that brings with it a smorgasbord of extra benefits.
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